According to the outlet, Lossl expects to stay at the Merseyside club and therefore not leave on loan before the domestic transfer deadline.
Where will Everton finish in the Premier League?
7th - 10th
Virginia is also apparently not keen on a loan move away from Goodison Park either, and so it remains to be seen whether either of them will change their stance before the window officially shuts tomorrow.
Lossl and Virginia have barely featured for Everton
Indeed, both Lossl and Virginia have both barely featured for the Toffees since their respective arrivals.
The latter has only played in one senior game for the Blues, which was against League Two club Salford City in the Carabao Cup last month (via Transfermarkt).
Nonetheless, that is one more match than Lossl has managed, as the Denmark international has never actually made a senior appearance for Everton as of yet (per Transfermarkt).
Everton already have Pickford and Olsen
Everton already have Jordan Pickford and now Olsen in their ranks on the goalkeeping front, and so opportunities for both Lossl and Virginia to play are arguably even more limited now. Thus, it may be an idea for both goalkeepers to change their stance and try to seek a move away.
However, time is running out fast before any business can be done in this window, and so a move in January may be a more likely option at this moment in time.
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