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CONFIRMED: Everton goalkeeper Lossl returns to Huddersfield on loan

The Denmark international was a late mover on deadline day

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Everton goalkeeper Jonas Lossl has returned to his former club Huddersfield on loan for the rest of the season.

Lossl only joined Everton from the Terriers on a free transfer in the summer, signing a three-year contract at Goodison Park.

However, he has failed to make a senior appearance and even found himself out of the squad entirely in recent weeks, with Maarten Stekelenburg acting as Jordan Pickford’s deputy.

His departure wraps up a quiet deadline day for Everton, which saw no incomings at all, while Lewis Gibson and Morgan Feeney headed out on loan to Fleetwood and Tranmere respectively.

The club hoped to move Cuco Martina and Oumar Niasse on but no offers were forthcoming, with the duo now set to see out the final six months of their contracts.

The window in general was a quiet one for the Blues, with Jarrad Branthwaite the only new arrival from Carlisle. Antony Evans was the only departure, with Kieran Dowell, Callum Conooly and Cenk Tosun heading out on loan.