Everton have agreed a fee with Greek club Olympiakos for winger Kevin Mirallas.
The winger has found opportunities limited at Goodison Park this season, starting just two Premier League games so far, with only a further three appearances from the bench.
Sam Allardyce had recently suggested that the Belgian would more than likely leave the club in this window, and now, Olympiakos have confirmed that they have reached a deal to re-sign their former player.
The tweet from their official account simply read:
“Olympiacos agreed with Everton for Kevin Mirallas”
The 30-year-old spent two years with the Greek giants, winning two Super League titles and the domestic cup, before making the move to Goodison Park in 2012.
He has scored 29 goals in 151 Premier League appearances for the Blues.
It is thought that the deal is worth around £4m.