Sandro can go
AS in Spain is reporting on the future of Everton forward Sandro Ramirez today. The Spaniard arrived from Malaga last season for a fee in the region of £5.3 million. It looked a very impressive move on paper, but the former Barcelona talent struggled to adapt to English football.
They report that the club he spent time with on loan at the end of last season, Sevilla, are not actively pursuing his signature this summer. However, they are not averse to a deal if other plans do not pan out.
Recouping any decent fee for Sandro will no doubt be a priority for Everton this summer.
Pearce off the market
Everton have been linked with an interest in Leeds United defender Tom Pearce this summer. The left-back was out of contract at Elland Road this summer and the Toffees were believed to be keen on bringing him back to Finch Farm.
That now looks unlikely. Pearce has signed a four-year deal to remain at Leeds.
Everton will now have to seek a new left-back solution as it is one of their main problem positions.
Bernat a possibility
Juan Bernat could be that solution. As reported by the Liverpool Echo, the Spaniard is no longer wanted at Bayern Munich and is set to be sold this summer.
Everton were previously linked with the layer and he would be the perfect eventual replacement
to the ageing Leighton Baines – who has interest from MLS sides.