Everton striker Sandro Ramirez has stated his desire to remain in Spain after the Toffees loanee made the switch to La Liga side Sevilla in January.
The young Spaniard was brought into Goodison Park by previous manager Ronald Koeman last summer from Malaga on a four-and-a-half year deal and has struggled to get any real game time for the Blues.
And wanting to get more minutes under his belt, Sam Allardyce allowed the 22-year-old a move back to Spain where he has already made two outings for the Andalusian club.
An £8.4million option to buy has already reportedly been agreed for the player to move on in the summer.
As quoted by the Liverpool Echo, the player himself told Spanish radio station Marca: “I’ve been here two weeks and I want to continue next season at Sevilla.”
And supporters of the Toffees are unsurprised by the Spain U21 striker’s revelation with many of them quesitoning why he would want to be part of their side anyway.
The Merseysider’s have had a dismal season by the high expectations that were set by the club in the summer and have not materialised.
A disastrous start to the campaign led to Koeman’s sacking and fans of the Toffees have not been impressed with their side under Big Sam either.
And supporters of the club feel that along with Ramirez, players like Ademola Lookman are not getting a look in at Goodison Park and want that to change.
Here is a selection of Twitter responses from the news:


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