As many as four clubs from La Liga are reportedly interested in signing Everton flop Sandro Ramirez before the summer transfer window shuts, according to Super Deporte.
As per the Spanish news outlet, the 25-year old only has one year left on his current deal at Goodison Park, and may be allowed to leave on a free transfer if an amicable termination of his contract can take place between now and when the market officially closes.
Does Sandro have a future at Everton under Carlo Ancelotti?
The four teams from Spain’s top flight that hold an interest in signing Sandro are Real Valladolid, with whom he spent the 2019/20 term on loan at, Elche, Huesca and Eibar.
Indeed, it may be a wise idea for the Merseyside club just to get the striker off of their books to free up some money that would be saved by not having to pay his wages, as he currently earns £65,000 per week or £3.38 million a year (via Spotrac).
Sandro has not exactly set the world alight in his Toffees career so far, as he has only managed to score just one goal and make a further two assists in 16 games in all competitions over the course of two seasons (per Transfermarkt).
The Spaniard did not do much better while on loan in the last campaign either, as he only netted a mere four times and provided one assist in 26 matches over all competitions, according to the website.
With the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Moise Kean currently occupying the forward positions under Carlo Ancelotti, it would certainly be a wise idea to move Sandro on.
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