Olympiakos don't want Mirallas
Everton winger Kevin Mirallas has failed to convince Olympiakos he deserves a permanent contract, according to Belgian newspaper Nieuwsblad.
Olympiakos are currently in second place in the Greek Super League and are facing up to missing out on their first league title since 2009/10 if they cannot overturn AEK Athens' lead.
Mirallas was signed on loan in January from Everton, but he has not not enough so far to earn a summer move.
The winger has scored once in 12 appearances, and is yet to register an assist.
This goal came at the weekend in a 4-0 win, so Mirallas' situation could yet turn around, but he faces an uphill task, with it reported that he has fallen short of expectations.
The good news for Mirallas and Everton is that Nieuwsblad report there is likely to be summer interest in him from Belgian club Standard Liege.
In the first half of the season at Everton, Mirallas made only two Premier League starts, plus three appearances off the bench.
Mirallas did manage to make Belgium's recent 28 man international squad but his place at this summer's World Cup finals very much depends on how he plays between now and June, with manager Roberto Martinez only able to select 23.