At Sport Witness, we try and keep you up to date with what your team’s players are doing on their loans, and even if there’s little chance of Kevin Mirallas returning to Everton, at least according to him, he’s still a Toffee and his performances at Fiorentina are important both for him and the Premier League club.

Since Marco Silva doesn’t appear to have any space for the Belgian, La Viola triggering the option to buy the forward should be what’s best for everyone involved, and the 30-year-old is currently showing them why he should.

Once again picked at the weekend after his impressive performance against Inter, Mirallas is now in line to supplant Marko Pjaca, as the Croatian’s displays have left many disappointed.

Both goals against Atalanta came after he came off in the 54th minute, replaced by the Everton loanee, and La Repubblica, relayed by Violanews, explain that he’s in danger of losing his spot to the veteran forward.

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With an important game against sixth placed Lazio coming up next weekend, it seems Mirallas could be gearing up to his second start of the season, which will do him and the Premier League club a world of good in their respective aims towards a transfer.