Sandro Ramirez last scored a goal in November 2017 when he was playing for Everton.

Since then, he has been loaned out to Sevilla in January 2018 and joined Real Sociedad on a temporary deal last summer.

Even though the Spaniard is yet to find the back of the net this season, it did not stop reports in March, which explained the La Liga outfit have made ‘first contact’ with the Toffees to sign the forward.

The 23-year-old also admitted that he “would be proud” to continue with the San Sebastian club.

Real Sociedad as a club weren’t thought to be keen on keeping Ramirez. The club’s local journalists were a bit bemused with the claims, and fans felt likewise, but manager Imanol Alguacil was said to be impressed with the player’s effort in training.

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Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo now claims that if at any time there was a ‘temptation’ to offer a contract to the 23-year-old, it has ‘already dissipated’.

Sandro is well integrated into the dressing room and the city, but his failure to score and impress during the loan spell has seen Sociedad decide ‘not to make any move’, meaning his loan deal will not be made permanent in the summer. 

Sandro’s contract with Everton will expire in 2022 and his poor form for the past 18 months has seen his asking price drop.