But Everton will not allow the summer signing to leave on a permanent transfer.
Everton are not ready to call time on Sandro Ramirez’s Goodison Park career but will consider loaning him out before the transfer window closes, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The 22-year-old is one of several Ronald Koeman summer signings to disappoint on Merseyside, scoring just once in 15 matches and failing to start in the Premier League since September.
Koeman’s replacement Sam Allardyce has brought in Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott to strengthen his attack, which is only going to make it harder for Sandro to break through at Everton.
However, the Echo understands that the Toffees retain faith that the former Barcelona forward will eventually come good and are not willing to part with him on a permanent transfer.
A January loan move seems like a sensible option for the young Spaniard, although The Echo reports that any suitor would have to pay a £2m fee and all of his wages to get a deal done.
The Daily Mail have tipped Newcastle United with an interest in the £100,000-per-week player, and Everton may favour a domestic loan to help Sandro acclimatise to English football.