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Everton Flop Summer Signing Set For Malaga Return: A Move That Will Benefit All Parties?

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Abhinab Ghosh
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Everton striker Sandro Ramirez is set to leave Merseyside in search of first-team football when the transfer window opens next month. Some sources are claiming that the striker is set to snub Valencia so he can return to Malaga. He has had a horrible time at Everton so far since arriving from Malaga for £5.2m in the summer. The forward has scored just once this season and is now ready to depart the club in January. It is understood that Valencia are ready to offer him a lifeline by bringing him back to La Liga next month in a potential loan deal. However, a major source in Spain has suggested that the player will reject a move to Valencia in favour of an opportunity to reunite with his past colleagues at Malaga.

The striker enjoyed his best season for the Spanish club last season when he scored 14 goals in La Liga and is now keen to go back to his previous employers to try and reignite his career. It remains to be seen whether Malaga approach Everton with a view to taking him back on loan or on a permanent basis.

Any potential move back to Spain in January will benefit the player as well as the Toffees with the club looking to find the best solution going into the future. Everton boss Sam Allardyce is likely to bring in reinforcements in January as he looks to inject some quality into his squad. However, it is believed that the Toffees will have to sell players before they can make any new additions. This is due to the huge spending under Allardyce’s predecessor and former manager Ronald Koeman last summer. The Merseyside club splashed out a whopping £142.38m during the previous transfer window. Although, the departure of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United in a deal worth a reported £76m has decreased the net spending to £45.75m.

If Ramirez departs the club on loan next month, it will save up some money on wages ahead of a possible move on a permanent basis in the summer. The Spanish forward will also benefit from a move as he tries to resurrect his career which has come to a standstill in Merseyside. The 22-year-old has made 14 appearances for the Toffees in this campaign and has scored once and has provided one assist so far.

Only time will tell if he can go back to being a prolific goalscorer if he makes a temporary switch to Spain as it might increase his market value as well which will be beneficial for the Merseyside club in the long-run.

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