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Sandro Ramirez remains one of the largest indictments of failures of previous regimes

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UPDATE: The Telegraph are reporting that it’s going to be a loan deal unfortunately, with two years still left on Sandro’s contract.


Las Palmas - Barcelona - Malaga - Sevilla - Real Sociedad - Real Valladolid?

Sandro Ramirez seems set to continue his Tour de Spain as he seeks to find form at yet another La Liga club. The massive Everton flop should be back at the Blues after yet another fruitless loan stint, this time at Sociedad where he featured in 27 whole games, picking up just one assist.

However today it appears Spanish radio outlet 8Valladolid are claiming that Valladolid could be in for the player. There was no additional word on whether they would look to buy him outright or this would be yet another loan deal, though his £65,000/week wages would be an inhibiting factor for most smaller Spanish sides.

Valladolid barely escaped relegation last season from the top division and will need to bolster their side for the upcoming year, though with the miserable run of form Sandro is in, it is doubtful that he’d be the catalyst.

Sandro was signed in the ill-fated summer of 2017 when Ronald Koeman and Steve Walsh were handed virtually a blank chequebook by Farhad Moshiri to go shopping. The 23-year-old has not been part of the squad that Marcel Brands and Marco Silva are building at Everton, and he’s not been spotted as yet in the pictures and video released to the media of players returning to Finch Farm yesterday for preseason training.