Olympiacos have reportedly terminated their loan deal with Everton winger Kevin Mirallas.
The Greek club have sent the winger back to Goodison Park earlier than originally planned, according to reports in the Belgian media (via the Liverpool Echo).
Mirallas scored twice in 13 appearances for Olympiacos this term and was previously quoted as saying that he would like to remain with the club.
The Belgian, however, was among a number of players who were fined by club president Evangelos Marinakis and forced to take a holiday when the team fell off the pace in the Greek title race.
Mirallas was a key figure for Everton under previous managers David Moyes and Roberto Martinez but found game time more difficult to come by when Ronald Koeman, who has since been sacked, arrived at the club.