What an awful time Everton’s Sandro Ramirez has been having as of late.
The Spaniard has been looking to try and end his nightmare at Goodison Park with a loan spell at Real Sociedad this season, however, his barren spell in front of goal has continued as he has struggled to put the ball in the back of the net since the Toffees’ Europa League match against Atalanta in November 2017’s 5-1 home defeat.
And, it does not look as though things will get any better for the Spaniard any time soon.
What’s the News?
Ramirez is expected to return to Everton this summer with Real Sociedad deciding against their option to make his loan spell permanent, per Mundo Deportivo (via Sport Witness).
They claim that if the Basque side had any intention of doing so, there certainly is not any to do so now after another barren season in front of goal for the 23-year-old.
A striker is paid to score goals and if he is unable to do that, it should not be a surprise that his employers will not want to keep him around for any longer than they have to.
Indeed, it will seem that Everton will now be given the headache of trying to shift Ramirez from their books once again this summer after a failed spell in Sociedad.
The 23-year-old made just 15 appearances and scored one goal across all competitions before being shipped out on loan to Sevilla in January 2018, however, things have not exactly gone to plan for him.
It is highly unlikely that Marco Silva will have any plans for him within his own first-team and will be looking to offload the Ronald Koeman flop, however, that screams out as something that is a helluva lot easier said than done.
The Toffees would have been hoping that the 23-year-old found his feet once again in Spanish football as it would have made it an easier task to offload him.
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