UD signs Sandro: 500,000 euros for his transfer until June and 1,500,000 if he rises to keep him in property

Sandro, in a match with Huesca. / getty

Agreement with Huesca thanks to the intervention of Miguel Ángel Ramírez. The striker is expected in Gran Canaria this Tuesday

Ignacio S. Acedo

Sandro Ramírez is already, unofficially, a new UD player. The announcement confirming its arrival is missingbut this Monday, on a festive day but with intense activity in Pío XII, the pact was reached with Huesca for the incorporation of the attacker from Gran Canaria
. The conditions between the clubs contemplate a first payment of 500,000 euros as a transfer until June and, in the event of promotion to First, 1,500,000 euros would be paid to the Huesca entity to acquire the pass owned by the striker. Sandro (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1995) is expected on the island this Tuesday, so that he submits to the mandatory medical examination and is presented. The intention is for him to place himself immediately under the orders of García Pimienta and
evaluate if it can be available now for next Monday's meeting in Malagacorresponding to the second day of the SmartBank League 2022-23.

UD sources confirmed to this newspaper last night that the operation "is closed" and the success of coming to fruition was due to the direct intervention of Miguel Ángel Ramírez, president of the club and who, in his desire to comply with the priorities of the body technical and sports management,
He reactivated conversations with Huesca to the point of resolving the differences that, days ago, led him to leave the desire to repatriate Sandro as "impossible".

The truth is that Ramírez never ended up giving up and good proof is that
The one chosen for the attack is already on its way, as anticipated by CANARIAS7 in its July 23 edition.

Sandro comes from experiencing an atypical preseason in the Barça discipline ("he sleeps poorly and has a hard time training," Ángel Martín González, Huesca sports director, said of him), given his determination to leave the Aragonese team. And, above other more advantageous offers in the economic aspect,
privileged to return to UD, where he completed his formative stage for seven years as a prior step to signing for Barcelona in 2009, with just 14. Before joining UD, at whose base he had outrageous goalscoring averages (he came to exceed two hundred goals in one course), he was cradled in the Veterans del Pilar and La Feria.

At Can Barça he reached the first team, playing between 2014 and 2016 and with the corollary of
share a team with Messi, Neymar, Xavi or Iniesta, among other figures, and win up to seven titles, highlighting a Champions Leaguethe last one that Barcelona has won so far in 2015, and two Leagues.

After not continuing at Barcelona, ​​at the end of the 2015-16 campaign, he began a long journey through numerous teams without taking root in any of them.

Namely, and always in the First Division, Sandro has played for Málaga (2016-17), Sevilla (2017-18), Real Sociedad (2018-19), Valladolid (2019-20), Huesca (2020-21) and Getafe (2021-22). In addition, he had a foray into English football in the ranks of Everton in the initial stretch of the 2017-18 academic year.

The experience that he is going to start now in the Second Division with UD he had not lived since he was a member of the Barcelona subsidiary and you have to go back more than seven years to locate his last time in the silver category: a Barcelona B 2-Leganés 5 disputed in the Mini Stadium on May 31, 2015.

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