Everton first allowed Sandro Ramírez to go out on loan just six months after they signed him from Malaga in the summer of 2017.
The forward failed to find the back of the net during his temporary spells with Sevilla and Real Sociedad. Last summer, the Toffees owned player joined Real Valladolid on season-long loan deal.
Sandro ended his goal drought of two years when he scored in Valladolid’s victory over Mallorca in November 2019. Since then, he has managed to score two more goals, which came in his last three matches.
The Spaniard’s current deal at Goodison Park lasts until 2021 and reports coming out of England are claiming that Carlo Ancelotti’s intention is to sell the 24-year-old in the next transfer window.
These claims have been picked up by AS and they have also provided their own information.
According to the newspaper, Sandro is ‘very comfortable’ at the La Liga club and he would not rule out the option to continue with them. For Valladolid to make his stay permanent, the attacker must ‘make an economic effort’ and reduce his salary.
With Sandro having no future at Everton, making that ‘economic effort’ seems like the most suitable option for him.