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22-year-old’s future hangs in the balance amid managerial change at Everton

Everton fans in the Transfer Tavern want the club to bring in a new manager quickly so they can focus on their transfer activity this summer.

The club released Sam Allardyce from his contract earlier in the week, much to the delight of the locals in the bar as many have been highly critical about his performances. A number of the punters were upset that he had been named as manager originally, and had called for him to go a long time ago.

The Toffees are believing to chase Marco Silva for the top job – however, one man’s future very much hangs the balance following the recent managerial change, as per recent reports from Spain.

And that’s because Mundo Deportivo are reporting that forward Sandro Ramirez would like to stay at Sevilla following his loan move to Andalusia, although it could become complicated following Allardyce’s departure.

The 22-year-old did not enjoy his first six months in Everton and was sent on loan to the La Liga side, where he has gone on to make 17 appearances.

But it appears that it will be up to the new man at Goodison Park to make the final decision regarding the striker’s future, thus leaving Sandro with some uncertainly as to his immediate future at both Sevilla and indeed Everton.

Landlord’s Verdict: The Everton fans in the Tavern will have been disappointed with how Sandro has performed since his £5.2 million move from Malaga, having failed to make an impact, whilst he continues to struggle at Sevilla.

It remains to be seen on whether Silva, or whoever else arrives as manager, has plans for the player in their system, but the 22-year-old would remain happy if he were to stay in his homeland after a poor six months in England.

But whether he is given that choice very much remains to be seen.

Everton fans… what do you make of the news? Let us know!

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