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Sport Everton forward set to secure loan move to Germany

20:10  17 may  2018
20:10  17 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Everton winger sees his loan deal cut short

  Everton winger sees his loan deal cut short Kevin Mirallas has had his loan deal cut short at Greek side Olympiakos, according to Belgian journalist Kristoff Terreur. Mirallas was at Olympiakos when the Toffees signed him back in 2012, and returned in January hoping to find form again. Twitter: Return to sender. Kevin Mirallas has had his loan deal at Olympiakos terminated after some poor performances. He re… https://t.co/ryfvKfAVKB (@HLNinEngeland) He stated during the loan spell that he wanted to secure a permanent deal in Greece but that now looks unlikely. The Belgian winger made 13 appearances during his loan spell and scored twice. His performances have been scrutinised by the media in Greece, and he became one of many players who were targeted by the owner following a 1-1 draw with mid-table Levadiakos. They were fined and forced to go on holiday after the game in April. He will return to Everton for the final two weeks of the season, although it is doubtful he will be involved with games. The 30-year-old is contracted with the Merseyside club until 2020 after only signing a new deal last summer, but his future now looks unclear.

Everton have announced the signing of German forward Anton Donkor on loan from Wolfsburg for the rest of the season. The 19-year-old, who is left footed but can operate in a number of attacking positions, is set to link up with the Toffees' Under-23 side.

Well, it seems his loan move to Aston Villa is effectively done, meaning Leeds look set to miss out on the forward . Everton closing in on Mangala loan . Dominic King: Everton are close to securing the signing of Eliaquim Mangala.

Everton striker Henry Onyekuru is set for another season out on loan, this time at German outfit Borussia Monchengladbach.

Belgian journalist Pieter-Jan Calcoen reports that the 20-year-old will not honour the second half of his two-year loan deal agreed with Anderlecht last summer.

This is because of an argument between Onyekuru and Anderlecht manager Hein Vahnhaezebrouck over the striker’s readiness to play.

The striker joined Everton from Belgian side Eupen last summer for a reported fee of £7m and was immediately sent out on loan to then champions Anderlecht.

Everton planning swoop for young Football League prospect

  Everton planning swoop for young Football League prospect Everton are interested in a deal to sign highly-rated young Wigan Athletic striker Callum Lang this summer. ESPN claims that the Toffees are tracking the young striker who has impressed while on loan at Morecambe in League Two. In 30 League Two appearances, Lang netted 10 times for Morecambe, alerting the Premier League side. Lang has made just three first-team appearances for Wigan, who will be playing Championship football next season following their promotion from the third tier. The young forward was the second-highest scoring teenager in England this season, with only Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon in front of him. Everton have become known for scouting the lower leagues to pick up the best young talents and Lang could become the next to join the club. The Toffees will be looking to shake up their squad after a frustrating season in the Premier League but a deal to sign Lang may well be one that sees the club cast one eye to the future.

RB Leipzig in interested in making Lookman's loan move a permanent one but know the decision is all Everton 's. Everton boss Sam Allardyce said he was ‘reluctant’ to let the 20-year-old leave for Germany but Those fans may be left wondering ‘what if,’ if Lookman is set to depart this summer.

Reports in Holland and Belgium suggest that the Chelsea striker is set to join Everton on loan . If Everton fail to secure a replacement, Manchester United's move for Marouane Fellaini could be in West Brom's competition for Everton forward Victor Anichebe's signature appears to be from Stoke

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Onyekuru scored nine league goals for the club before his season was ended just before Christmas as he picked up a serious knee injury against his former club.

The striker was forced to have surgery but has not played since, despite being fit for the last few weeks.

It is understood that the Nigerian international has other options on the table, but his preference is to move to the Bundesliga.

His lack of international action means he would not qualify for a work permit in England, therefore the Toffees have no choice but to send him out on loan again.

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Everton considering move for recently-relegated Bundesliga youngster .
Everton are one of four Premier League sides considering a summer move for Hamburg’s Aaron Opoku. The Guardian reports that all four sides have been keeping close tabs on the player, who has recently rejected professional terms with the German side. The player reportedly sees his future away from the recently-relegated club and is keen on a Premier League move. Opoku, who has represented his country at youth level, is a 19-year-old attacking midfielder, but can also play out on the left. Despite Hamburg’s relegation to the 2. Bundesliga, where regular game time could be more achievable, Opoku wants the next step of his career to be in England. Because of the player’s age, clubs outside of Germany would only have to pay a small training fee for the player. Opoku is yet to make a first-team appearance for Hamburg but did feature for the club’s reserve side last season.

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