Why Richarlison's form should really "worry" Everton

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Everton Brazilian forward Richarlison has been in excellent form since arriving Goodison Park from Watford in the summer. 

The 21-year-old was signed for an initial £35million, which could potentially rise to £50million, and he is already doing justice to the fees. 

Richarlison has scored six Premier League goals for Everton in nine appearances, and they have directly contributed to 10 of the club's 18 points. 

It has been a perfect start to life at Merseyside for the South American upon reuniting with manager Marco Silva, however, his growing reputation should worry the Portuguese.

The Brazil international is surely starting to attract the bigwigs, especially after earning a senior national team callup, and while Everton won't be looking forward to selling him for profit, it remains to be seen if the player can turn down a dream move. 

With respect to the Toffees, they aren't the biggest side an ambitious youngster from South America wants to lineup for forever. 

Richarlison has shown and is showing that he has the potential to turn into a world beater and feature for such big sides most of his national teammates turn out for.

Everton have ambitions to become a top-six side in the Premier League going forward, and with their investment and current growth, it's very much possible. 


However, Richarlison probably dreams much more, and should the likes, of say, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Chelsea, and the Manchester clubs come calling, it will be hard for the club to hold on to him for much longer.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shiite journalism. Shameful stuff.

Raz said...

The whole idea is that Richarlison (amongst others) helps to make Everton one the the bigger and more successful teams again! Duuuuuuuuh journalism!

Unknown said...

More media shite.He came to us for Silva so he will see out his contract and maybe another one.He is a humble guy that loves it here.

Anonymous said...

That was how Romelu Lukaku was and ended up joining Manchester United. I don’t see any shite in this write up but instead to have our mind ready at what might happen in future.