Everton: £45m star working on Goodison Park exit

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Richarlison‘s representatives are searching for a new home for the Everton star, claims transfer insider Dean Jones.

The 24-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from Goodison Park, and Jones says his people are drawing up clubs he could join.

What is the latest news involving Richarlison?

According to Football Insider, Everton will sell Richarlison if an offer in excess of £50m arrives for the Brazilian forward this summer.

Presently, he is thought to be attracting attention from Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal.

Last month, UOL reported that Tottenham had made an approach for the player, while GOAL claimed in March that United hold an interest.

Jones has also told GIVEMESPORT in the past that a move to Arsenal in the upcoming transfer window is very much possible as Mikel Arteta looks to bring in attacking reinforcements.

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What has Jones said about Richarlison?

According to Jones, Richarlison’s people have got to work on finding the £45m-rated star a new club.

Speaking to GMS, the football journalist said: “I know with Richarlison, people working on behalf of him are sounding out potential new homes for him. PSG looked like it might have opened up for him last year; not sure that’s still going to be the case, but it is there. Arsenal is one, and there’ll be a couple of others, too.”

What do Everton have to do to keep hold of Richarlison?

To have any chance of retaining Richarlison’s services, Everton obviously need to avoid relegation. And they have a good chance of doing that after the Brazil international’s winner against Chelsea last weekend.

Still, even if the Toffees remain in the Premier League, keeping hold of Richarlison looks like it is going to be a tough ask given the amount of interest in him.

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It is going to be hard to say no to the likes of United and Arsenal, though it is a World Cup year, which could work in Everton’s favour.

The former Watford man is a guaranteed starter at Everton, something Brazil manager Tite will be pleased about. Would that be the case at Old Trafford or the Emirates next season, especially if he got off to a slow start? It is the kind of question he may want to ask himself before deciding whether to leave Frank Lampard’s side this summer.

All in all, Richarlison’s name could be about to dominate the back pages in England as he continues to be linked with some of the biggest clubs in the country.

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