Everton forward Sandro Ramirez could turn out to be a late target for Spanish side Celta de Vigo this summer.
As reported by Televisión Galega (via El Desmarque), the 23-year-old is the favourite option from club director Felipe Miñambres.
The operation is described as ‘very complicated and little feasible’. Most of it would depend on how Celta will deal with their departures in the last days of the transfer windows. At least two other attackers would have to leave.
Ramirez’s price is also said to be a problem, as it’s unlikely that the Spanish side would have the conditions to afford such a player.
What could help Celta de Vigo is Sandro Ramirez’s lack of playing time at Everton. The player already spent the first six months of the year on loan at Sevilla, and now, is still to have a minute played for the Toffees this season.
Ramirez signed for Everton in a €6m move from Malaga last summer. He has one goal and one assist in 15 appearances for the Toffees.