Richarlison's future uncertain with Spurs, Madrid and PSG interested

Everton’s Richarlison facing an uncertain future with a number of clubs showing interest in Brazil international… including Tottenham, Real Madrid and PSG

  • Richarlison emerged as one of the Toffees’ survival heroes in the Premier League
  • The Brazil international scored six goals in nine games to help ensure safety
  • A number of clubs have shown an interest in the 25-year-old forward
  • Tottenham, Real Madrid and PSG have showed an interest in Richarlison 
  • The South American has two years to run on his existing deal so Everton are under no immediate pressure to make a decision on Richarlison’s future

Everton forward Richarlison is facing an uncertain future ahead of a potential Goodison Park exit this summer.

The Brazil international emerged as one of the Toffees’ survival heroes as they successfully avoided relegation in their penultimate game of the season against Crystal Palace.

Richarlison scored six goals in nine games to help ensure safety, but the Merseyside club are now bracing themselves for the prospect of losing the South American ahead of next season.

Everton’s Richarlison is facing an uncertain future ahead of a potential Goodison Park exit

Tottenham, Real Madrid and PSG are among those interested in the 25-year-old Brazil star 

A number of clubs have shown an interest in the 25-year-old; Tottenham among those that are monitoring developments closely.

Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with an interest.

It remains to be seen if Everton will entertain letting Richarlison leave given his importance to the team.

It remains to be seen if Frank Lampard’s Everton will entertain letting Richarlison leave

The South American has two years to run on his existing deal so Everton are under no immediate pressure to make a decision on Richarlison’s future.

But given the club’s well-documented financial situation, Everton could consider selling Richarlison this summer to help balance the books while any revenue generated from the Brazilian’s exit could also be used to reinvest into Frank Lampard’s squad ahead of next season.

Similarly, it is likely Richarlison would consider a move away from Goodison Park this summer, particularly if he has the opportunity to join a team that could offer him with a chance of challenging for major trophies.




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