Everton manager Marco Silva allowed Sandro Ramirez to join Real Sociedad on a season-long loan deal in the summer.
At the end of October, the forward gave an interview to Cadena SER Gipuzkoa and criticised the Toffees style of play, while saying the type of football played at the San Sebastian outfit suits him.
Another Spanish outlet El Gol Digital has a story about the former Barcelona man as they claim that he is looking for a project that can showcase his qualities.
It is claimed that Sevilla and Real Betis are the two clubs that are after the player who belongs to the Merseyside club.
The report mentions Betis are the club ‘determined’ to bet on Sandro’s signing because the La Liga side believe his playing style would ‘fit like a glove’ under Quique Setién’s system at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Sandro’s last goal came when he was representing Everton against Atalanta in a Europa League clash on November 23rd 2017. His last goal in a league was for Malaga on May 7th 2017.
It’s been 347 days since he last found the back of the net in any competition, while his last goal in the league was 547 days ago.
Sandro will be hoping to end his poor goalscoring form soon.