Everton goalkeeper Jonas Lossl is keen to leave the club this month and is attracting interest from Marseille and Inter Miami.
The Danish goalkeeper currently finds himself at number three at Goodison Park, with Jordan Pickford and Robin Olsen ahead of him in the pecking order.
Everton’s desire to turn Olsen’s loan into a permanent loan means the situation isn’t going to change anytime soon, and Lossl is eager to make a change.
This is mainly driven by his desire to play at the European Championships this summer, and he knows he has to play regularly if he is to be part of Kasper Hjulmand’s squad.
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Thankfully, there appears to be interest in him, with Tipsbladet saying there are two clubs showing interest.
One of these is Marseille in France, with which explains that Lossl ‘has a very good name’ in the country after impressing for Guingamp earlier in his career.
Marseilles has ‘noted the Dane as an interesting goalkeeper’ and a player that you “Want to get their hands on”.
They are currently fifth in Ligue 1 and have known duo Steve Mandanda and Yohann Pele in goal, but the Everton keeper would have a chance to fight for the number one jersey if they move.
France is not its only possible destination, however, with the United States also being an option on the table.
L’Inter Miami de David Beckham a Lossl ‘on the wishlist’ and the chance to play in America, live in Florida and be part of a team that has big names like Gonzalo Higuain could be tempting.
Lossl, for his part, likes to move and attaches himself ‘great importance‘on getting the regular playing time which he doesn’t get under Ancelotti at Everton.
So a move is very likely to happen, with two clubs already waiting backstage to give him what he wants.