Olympiakos forward Mirallas could turn down Arsenal to make Everton move

Despite being linked with the Gunners this summer, the Belgium international has indicated that playing first team football every week may see him switch to Goodison Park
Olympiakos forward Kevin Mirallas has revealed he is likely to choose a move to Everton over a switch to Arsenal.

The 24-year-old looks set to leave Greece this summer following Premier League interest and could join the growing list of Belgium players plying their trade in the English top flight.

With both Everton and Arsenal reportedly battling for his signature, it seems the lure of regular first team football has persuaded Mirallas to choose Merseyside instead of the Emirates Stadium.

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"It is possible to go to Everton, it is possible to go to Arsenal, I don't know now," Mirallas told Sky Sports News.

"I will speak with my manager and make a good decision for me and also speak to my family importantly.

"They are two big clubs of the Premier League, but for me it is more important to play every week. It is better for me a little bit at Everton.

"They [Everton] are a good team and it is a good opportunity because Marouane Fellaini plays at Everton who is my friend, but I don't know.

"Tomorrow I go to Greece, next week I go to the Premier League or go to Superleague Greece."