Kevin Mirallas is set to hold talks with Everton over his future at the club, the Liverpool Echo reports.
Currently bolstering a 38 man squad, The Toffees are keen to let players leave this summer and reduce their £139million wage bill.
Mirallas has fallen out of favour in Merseyside and spent the second half of last season on loan at Greek side Olympiakos.
However, Mirallas’ loan deal was cut short after he failed to shine for Olympiakos and as a result missed out on Belgium’s World Cup squad.
Mirallas is under contract at Goodison until June 2020 but he and his representatives are set to meet with Everton’s new director of football, Marcel Brands, in the coming weeks to discuss the 30-year-old’s future at the club.
With new Everton boss Marco Silva keen to cut his squad down to around 25 players, Mirallas looks likely to depart the club this summer.