Ronald Koeman was in charge at Everton when they signed Sandro Ramirez from Malaga in 2017 and months later, the Dutchman was shown the exit door and replaced by Sam Allardyce.
The former England coach didn’t feel the 23-year-old was ready and sanctioned his loan move to Sevilla in January, where he struggled to impress.
In the summer, Allardyce was replaced by Marco Silva and the new coach didn’t fancy having the forward at Goodison Park, which is why the Toffees sanctioned another loan move, this time to Real Sociedad.
With the La Liga outfit, Sandro has been restricted to just 158 minutes due to two different injuries he suffered in August and September.
As a part of the loan deal, Real Sociedad do not have the option to sign him on a permanent transfer and during an interview with Cadena SER Gipuzkoa, he was asked if he would continue at Sociedad.
“In principle, it’s just a loan, but in the end, in football, you do not know what can happen. I’ve given everything since the first minute I’ve arrived here and I’ll do it until the end here and show my best version,” he explained, as quoted by El Desmarque.
“Let’s let things flow and see how everything evolves. In football you never know what can happen. La Real is a great club, an important club in Spain. If everything goes well, why not? We’ll see what will happen.”
When further quizzed as to why he struggled at Everton, he said: “The style of football that suits me is played at Real Sociedad. At Everton, it’s about what I speak and what the team is playing, the style did not suit me. Before coming here I saw Real matches, and I think it’s the football that most resembles me and it suits me.”