Everton striker Sandro Ramirez wants to make his Sevilla loan permanent even though he was on the bench for their victory over Girona on Sunday.
The Spaniard has endured a torrid time since his £5.4m move from Malaga last summer, scoring just one Europa League goal and never making a mark on the Premier League.
He joined Sevilla on loan at the end of the January transfer window and made his debut in an embarrassing 5-1 defeat to Eibar; he then played ten minutes in the Copa Del Rey but was then dropped for the victory over Girona.
Everton have not agreed a fee with Sevilla for Sandro, who is already making it clear that he wants to make the move permanent.
The striker has told Mundo Deportivo: “I can honestly say that I want to continue at Sevilla. It was a complicated negotiation because Everton didn’t loosen the rope.
“In the end I was able to come and in two weeks I’ve seen it in my football, and what I want is Sevilla.”