Everton midfielder Kevin Mirallas will reportedly hold showdown talks with the club over his uncertain future at Goodison Park.
The Belgian international, who has fallen out of favour with the Toffees, made 10 appearances before being loaned out to Olympiacos for the latter half of the season.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the 30-year-old will meet Everton's director of football Marcel Brands in the coming days for discussions over his role in the team from next season.
The newspaper says, however, that Mirallas is expected to leave as Brands and Toffees boss Marco Silva begin a cull of the team from 38 players down to 25.
Mirallas began his career in Ligue 1 with Lille and Saint-Etienne, before moving to Everton from Olympiacos.