As per the club’s official website, Muhamed Besic has made the move away from Everton in recent times. The midfielder made the move to Goodison Park back in 2014 but has mustered just 56 appearances for the Toffees in the last four years, to the point that he was so low down the pecking order earlier this year that he was shipped out on loan to Championship side Middlesbrough.
And it is Tony Pulis’ men who have secured the 25-year-old’s services once again by loaning him in for the entirety of the 2018/19 season, and with one outcast having left the blue half of Merseyside in recent times, it’s now time for £9 million-rated flop Sandro Ramirez (as per Transfermarkt) to do the same.
Ultimately, while the Toffees somewhat struggled in the middle of the park last season, 25-year-old Besic managed just two Premier League appearances for the side in the first half of the last campaign, both of which coming off the bench in the early phase of the season.
Thus, the writing was very much on the wall for the Bosnia and Herzegovina international as January came around, and a move to Boro certainly did him the world of good in allowing Besic the regular minutes he needs to underline his midfield abilities – Pulis was so impressed that he has re-signed him this month.
And with new Everton boss Marco Silva clearly seeking to get rid of some of the deadwood at Goodison Park, what with Besic joining the likes of Cuco Martina and Ashley Williams in leaving on loan this summer, striker Sandro is another who should seek to leave the club.
The Spaniard arrived at Goodison Park 12 months ago amid much anticipation after an excellent season at Malaga, but the 23-year-old has simply been unable to showcase his talents in English football in earning just 15 appearances for Everton last term, of which only seven were starts.
And with just one goal, which came in their 5-1 defeat to Atalanta in the Europa League, it’s clear that the striker simply hasn’t got what it takes to succeed in the Premier League, which prompted former boss Sam Allardyce to lure Cenk Tosun to Goodison Park in a bid to strengthen his strike-force.
And with the likes of Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin seemingly ahead of Sandro in the pecking order, given the duo made the bench ahead of the Spaniard in their win over Southampton on Saturday, the writing appears to be on the wall for the 23-year-old.
Thus, the former Malaga man simply must seek to follow Besic’s lead by leaving Everton this month.
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