Everton are willing to offload summer flops Davy Klaassen and Sandro Ramirez if the right offers come in, according to a reliable journalist.
Bleacher Report journalist Dean Jones claimed on his personal Twitter account on Tuesday morning that the Toffees are ready to cut their losses on the duo if they receive the right offer.
Everton would be open to sales of Sandro and Davy Klaassen if the right offers come along
— Dean Jones (@DeanJonesBR) January 16, 2018
Klaassen, 24, and Sandro, 22, were both signed by Ronald Koeman in the summer for a combined total of £28.8million.
Netherlands international Klaassen arrived at Goodison Park in a deal worth £23.6million from Ajax but has struggled to earn much first-team football under the charges of Koeman, David Unsworth and Sam Allardyce.
Sandro was snapped up on the cheap for £5.2million from Malaga, but the Spanish centre-forward has failed to score a single goal in the Premier League and with the arrival of Cenk Tosun, is unlikely to break his duck any time soon.
Football Insider verdict
Everton’s business in the summer looked solid, on paper. But once they were out on the pitch it was clear that Koeman and Steve Walsh had invested a lot of money in players who could not play together. Klaassen’s poor form was a huge shock. He had helped Ajax to reach the Europa League final and scored a great deal of goals in the Eredivisie. However the strength of the Dutch league is clearly shown in how the midfielder has performed in England. Sandro’s form has been less of a surprise, however with him only joining Everton for £5.2million, there was not much risk attached with him. The ex-Barcelona forward is probably most likely to go back to Spain.
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