Sandro Ramirez should consider leaving Everton this summer as the Liverpool Echo quotes manager Marco Silva as saying that he could make up to six signings before the window closes.

What’s the word?

The Merseyside outfit are yet to bring in any new players, but they have been linked to a handful of stars.

During the club’s pre-season tour, as reported by the Liverpool Echo, Silva spoke to the media, claiming that he could bring in up to six fresh faces.

If that happens, then Everton will have to offload some of the fringe players, and Ramirez could potentially be on that list.

The Spaniard signed for the Toffees from Malaga last summer, but he failed to find his feet in the Premier League.

Ramirez made just eight top-flight appearances before being shipped off to Sevilla, where he spent the second half of last season on loan.

What should he do now?

The 23-year-old, valued at £9m by Transfermarkt, may have caught Silva’s eye in pre-season.

The attacker has put in some decent displays, and interestingly, he has been positioned as a winger for most of the outings.

Ramirez generally plays up front, but if the manager envisages his player dominating wide areas, then there could be a problem.

There will be plenty of competition for the left-wing role if Richarlison joins from Watford as Ademola Lookman is also an option on that side.

Theo Walcott tends to occupy the right, which means that Ramirez could find himself on the bench once again this season.

Perhaps for both parties it would be worth discussing a move away.

Danielle Joynson