Everton striker Sandro Ramirez is reportedly growing increasingly unhappy with his lack of involvement at the club.
Things have not gone to plan for the Spaniard since his summer move. He joined in a cut-price deal from Malaga and following a good season in his homeland, expectations were high.
However, Sandro has flattered to deceive and has found himself somewhat exiled by caretaker boss David Unsworth in recent times.
The young forward could seek a move away from Goodison Park in January because of this and according to various foreign reports, Valencia and Inter Milan could target him.
It’s claimed by Spanish news outlet SuperDeporte that Marcelino is eyeing a move for the ex-Barcelona man, as he aims to bolster his Valencia strike force.
However, according to a report from Italian news outlet Tuttosport (via talkSPORT), Inter are also monitoring Sandro’s situation at Everton and could make a swoop.
The Toffees are short of attacking numbers as it is and letting go of Sandro would surely weaken them further, despite his poor start to the season.