Valencia have joined a host of clubs including Sevilla to offer Sandro a route back to La Liga after a disastrous start to life in England.
The former Barcelona striker has failed to open his Premier League account thus far after netting 14 times last season. Having made just a handful of appearances this season, the player has not been included in a match-day squad since Ronald Koeman departed the Toffees hotseat.
The Spanish Under-21 international signed for Everton when they triggered the £5.1 million buyout clause in his Malaga contract.
According to several reports, Sandro is keener to return to Spain with Sevilla offering a loan move with an option to buy while the Los Che are also being kept updated on the situation.
The striker is set to turn down Inter Milan as they emerged as surprise admirers of the young Spaniard according to talkSPORT.
If Valencia win the race for the Everton forward, they could possess a forward’s line of Premier League flops.
West Ham flop, Simone Zaza failed to score for the Hammers during his eight-game loan spell at the club before helping Valencia sit second in the La Liga table.
His partner in crime, Rodrigo also failed to negotiate English football as his loan experience at Bolton during the 2010/11 season saw him score once in 17 games.
Moving to Valencia could also prove to be beneficial for Sandro as the transfer window re-opens in a little over two weeks.