Boyland drop Everton transfer news
Richarlison was speculated to be away from Everton for a few months now, and now a new update has emerged from a reliable source on the player’s future.
What’s the latest?
Everton journalist for Athleticism Patrick Boyland has joined Greg O’Keeffe in writing an article for publication to reveal more details about Richarlison’s potential exit this summer.
According to the report, no club has followed up on their interest by making an official offer for the Brazilian winger so far, however, The Athletic claim to understand that the player is in no rush to make a decision and are open. to many options. .
Those options include staying in the Premier League upon his exit from Goodison Park with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur named as clubs remaining interested in Richarlison.
Fans will worry
There’s no doubt that Everton fans will be worried about the potential loss of Richarlison this summer, especially as the player played an important role in the club’s survival of relegation to the Premier League last season.
The 25-year-old striker scored 11 goals and five assists in all competitions for the Toffees, making him the team’s top scorer this season, and six of his goals have come at the most crucial time in the Premier League.
Everton were saved from a Championship spell in the penultimate game of the season against Brentford, but Richarlison’s consistency in his final ten appearances in the league campaign, scoring six goals and providing two assists to pull his side out of trouble and establish themselves as a favorite among the fans.
Due to his game-changing performances and contributions to the goals of the Merseyside club, it would be a massive loss for the team if he were granted a move and Farhad Moshiri will have to work hard to find a similar replacement to ensure . may the team not decline further and face a worse result next season.
Will Richarlison be sold this summer?
That being said, Lampard and the powers of Goodison Park need to make a decision on Richarlison’s future as they will need to make at least one signing to replace the Brazilian before the transfer window closes.
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