Sandro Ramirez’s transfer from Everton to Valencia is still one of the hottest topics in the Spanish media right now, as the local outlets seem pretty convinced that the move can happen.
In the past couple of days, Valencian newspaper Super Deporte has been claiming that club manager and board have agreed the centre-forward should be bought, leaving the rest of the questions, and their answers, down to Everton.
Now El Desmarque has similar information today, claiming that it’s not Sandro who will decide whether he goes or not. According to people close to the player, Sandro won’t say a word until Everton tell him that he’s free to make the move back to Spain.
The striker respects the fact that he’s an Everton player, and doesn’t want to force his way out of the club just a few months after arriving.
So just like Super Deporte, El Desmarque puts the transfer in Sam Allardyce’s hands. He’s the man to decide if Sandro stays or returns to Spain, no matter if on a loan or a permanent deal.