- Brazilian International all but confirms his exit plans in a guarded statement regarding his future
- Host of European clubs hold an interest in the player, although Everton’s asking price will be a stumbling block
- Richarlison is keen to cement his starting berth at the Qatar World Cup with a big money move
Brazilian International Richarlison has admitted he’s considering his Everton future this summer following a rollercoaster season on Merseyside.
The Toffee’s talisman was instrumental in Everton avoiding relegation last season, with few doubting his commitment to the cause and respect for the club, but with the Qatar World Cup around the corner Richarlison has made intentions known to the club:
“I’ve already made it clear to the board. I’ve already talked to (manager Frank) Lampard too, with my agents and they know what I want. Let’s wait for June”. Richarlison stated in a recent interview.
The Brazilian is keen to cement his starting berth in the Selecao this winter, with the attacker facing fierce competition for places in the coveted No.9 shirt.
National team coach Tite favors three Premier League stars for role and has been rotating the Man City’s Gabriel Jesus, Liverpool’s Firmino and Richarlison during the qualification stages. With the Brazilian squad brimming with talent, particularly from the wide areas, it’s no certainty that all three stars will make the tournament’s final 23-man squad.