Sandro Ramirez leaves Everton for Valladolid
Everton have sent 23-year-old wantaway striker Sandro Ramirez back to his homeland of Spain on a loan deal to La Liga minnows Real Valladolid, with a view to a permanent transfer next summer. Ramirez joined the Toffees back in July of 2017, but has failed to live up to expectations and the club have announced his loan departure this morning.
Last season Ramirez played only once for Everton, in a Carabao Cup game. Manager Marco Silva has grown increasingly frustrated with the striker's lack of work rate and has decided to send the player on loan yet again.
Everton snapped up Ramirez for £5.3 million in July 2017 but the player was unable to score a goal in 8 games for the Goodison Park outfit, thus the player was sent on loan to Sevilla for 2018-19. Back in Spain he was also unable to find the target and was promptly sent back to Everton.
As per the terms of this deal with Real Valladolid, the Spanish club can sign Ramirez on a permanent basis for a transfer fee of £3.75 million.