Everton goalkeeper Jonas Lossl is set to make a move to the Major League Soccer with Inter Miami said to be interested in his services.
Miami is looking for a keeper after refusing to extend the contract of veteran keeper Luis Robels who has since announced his retirement from football.
According to talkSPORT, Lossl wants more game time after falling down the pecking order at Everton and with the European Championship coming in the summer, the keeper wants to be part of the Denmark squad for the tournament.
Lossl joined Everton on a free transfer in July 2019 but is yet to make a first-team appearance for the club; his previous stints having been with FC Midtjylland, Guingamp, Mainz, and Huddersfield.
Apart from Lossl, David Beckham is said to be interested in the services of former Everton man Phill Neville who is wanted as the head coach.
🇩🇰 | Both Marseille and Inter Miami are interested in signing Everton's third choice goalkeeper Jonas Lossl.— The Everton Way (@Everton_Way) January 5, 2021
With Robin Olsen pushing him down the pecking order, and the player keen to get playing time ahead of the Euros, it's a move that seems likely.
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