Everton forward Sandro Ramirez is set to join Sevilla on loan, after failing to impress since Sam Allardyce took over, according to a reliable journalist.
James Nursey, who is a journalist for the Daily Mirror, sent out a tweet regarding the immediate future of two Everton players:
— James Nursey (@JamesNursey) January 30, 2018
Sandro joined Everton from Malaga, after the Toffees triggered his £5.2million release clause, thought to be a major coup at the time.
However, the young Spaniard has failed to impress since moving to the Merseyside, and has not scored a domestic goal in his 10 appearances, having featured mostly in the Europa League.
The 22-year-old has been pushed further down the pecking order after the January arrival of Cenk Tosun, so it seems his future lies outside of Goodison Park.
Football Insider verdict:
What started out as such a promising career has stalled since moving to England, as it so often does for European players. One goal in his 15 appearances is simply not good enough for Everton, so a loan move to rediscover some confidence may be what is needed. The striker has had success in Spain, as he scored 14 goals in his 28 appearances last term for Malaga, so it is likely that the 22-year-old may have success again in the League he is accustomed too. The arrival of Cenk Tosun has, at least for now, ended his Everton career, so ventures further afield are the only option if Sandro is wanting to play football.
In other Everton transfer news, it has been reported that West Ham have neded their interest in this Toffees central midfielder.