Sandro Ramirez reveals why he flopped at Everton

It didn’t quite work out for Sandro

Real Sociedad loanee Sandro Ramirez has revealed why he failed at Everton and in the Premier League following his move from Malaga in 2017.

The former Barcelona man was bought for a nominal fee and was widely regarded to be one of the bargains of the 2017 summer transfer window.

Though, he turned out to be one of Everton’s many flops that season.

The Spaniard only scored two goals in his time at Goodison Park and has now spent time at Sevilla and Real Sociedad on loan.

Now, he’s been speaking about his time at Everton.

BARCELONA, SPAIN – DECEMBER 02: Sandro Ramirez of FC Barcelona competes for the ball with Moraga of Villanovense during the Copa del Rey Round of 32 second leg match betwen FC Barcelona and Villanovense on December 2, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

“The style did not suit me”

Sandro has claimed today that the style that Everton were trying to implement just did not suit him.

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Though, it’s a different story at Sociedad.

“The style of football that suits me is played at Real Sociedad,” Sandro explained to El Desmarque, as cited by the Liverpool Echo.

“At Everton, it’s about what I say and what the team is playing, the style did not suit me.

“Before coming here I saw Real matches, and I think it’s the football that most resembles me and it suits me.

“In principle, it’s just a loan, but in the end, in football, you do not know what can happen. 

“I’ve given everything since the first minute I’ve arrived here and I’ll do it until the end here and show my best version.

“Let things flow and see how everything evolves. In football, you never know what can happen.

“La Real is a great club, an important club in Spain. If everything goes well, why not? We’ll see what will happen.”


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One player who was almost written off as a flop from that summer is Michael Keane.

He had a poor first season at the club but there might have been a reason.

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