Everton are yet to reach an agreement with Real Valladolid for striker Sandro Ramírez to extend his loan until the end of the season.
That’s what El Desmarque Valladolid report today, explaining that an agreement will have to be reached by Tuesday if the striker is to finish the campaign as intended with the La Liga side.
Sandro has been with the Spanish club since the summer, having departed Goodison Park for a third straight year after it was made clear he was not part of the plans.
The loan spell has not gone as he would have hoped, with him managing just seven starts and three league goals since his arrival.
Despite that, there has been talk he could remain at the club permanently once his loan deal expires, although it appeared that Everton would have to make big sacrifices were that to happen.
Until that point, he remains on loan with them, but now there is an issue over that after the extended break caused by the Coronavirus outbreak.
El Desmarque explain that Sandro’s deal is set to run out on July 1st and as yet, Valladolid have not reached an agreement with Everton to extend it.
FIFA have allowed clubs to negotiate loan extensions until the end of their respective seasons, with the majority of deals set to expire long before their campaigns have ended.
For the most part, clubs have negotiated this with little issue, but it seems that has not been the case for Everton and Valladolid.
They now have until Tuesday to work something out or Sandro will not be finishing the season in Spain as intended.
Instead, he will be forced to return to Goodison Park and see out the season there, an eventuality that both he and Everton are very unlikely to want.