Everton are considering cancelling the final year of Sandro Ramirez’s contract, with The Sun on Sunday (20/9; page 57) reporting that the Toffees want his future resolved before the window shuts.
Sandro has become a forgotten man at Goodison Park. The striker has not played for Everton in more than two years, spending the majority of his time out on loan.
However, it appears that another temporary switch is not going to be on the cards in this window.
The Sun on Sunday (20/9; page 57) reports that Everton do not want to loan Sandro out this season for what would be the final year of his contract.
Instead, it is suggested that the club are considering paying off his £100,000-a-week deal.
TBR View: Makes sense for Sandro’s contract to be torn up
It looks to be best for all parties to move Sandro on. Unfortunately, it has not worked out for the 25-year-old since his arrival in the Premier League.
Everton may not save a lot by paying up the final year of his contract. But it does free up some space in the squad.
And it is difficult to imagine Sandro not welcoming the chance to move elsewhere permanently this summer.
So it would surely suit everyone to reach an agreement in the coming days.