Sandro attracting more Spanish interest
Unsettled Everton forward Sandro Ramirez is reportedly attracting interest from both Sevilla and Villarreal.
Sandro joined Everton from Malaga last summer, putting pen-to-paper on a four-year contract, and it was hoped he could replace some of the goals lost following the departure of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United.
However, the former Spain Under-21 international has struggled to adapt to life at Goodison Park and he has only managed to score one goal - with that coming in the Europa League.
Manager Sam Allardyce is said to be willing to allow the forward to leave this month although this will depend largely on the Toffees being able to bring in a suitable replacement.
Former employers Malaga and Valencia, who are still battling for La Liga glory this season, have already been credited with an interest in Sandro but the Spanish duo are set to face more competition.
Both Sevilla and Villarreal are showing a keen interest and are hoping to wrap up a deal before the transfer window closes.
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