The 20-year-old is considered one of the hottest prospects in Spanish football but his chances of a prominent role in a Luis Enrique attack that tends to utilize Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, are slim to none at present.
Barcelona will demand a buyback option, such is their belief in the Las Palmas born striker’s potential, and the chance to nab the Spanish Under-21 international for a very reasonable fee may tempt both Mauricio Pochettino and Steve McClaren to register their interest.
Ramirez scored four goals in all competitions last season despite not making a single start.
A move to White Hart Lane would presumably prove more tempting for Sandro Ramirez given that Newcastle United currently sit bottom of the Premier League table.
Pochettino had attempted to sign West Brom ace Saido Berahino on transfer deadline day and as such may see Ramirez as a viable alternative when the transfer window reopens.