Everton want more than £50m for Tottenham target Richarlison with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain also tracking the Brazil international
- Everton want a fee of over £50million if they are to sell Richarlison this summer
- Tottenham are interested in Richarlison, who is open to leaving Goodison Park
- Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also monitoring the Brazil international
As Sportsmail revealed last month the Brazil international is open to leaving Goodison Park this summer, with Spurs among the teams interested in the forward.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with an interest in Richarlison – but sources have indicated that Tottenham are currently the most serious about trying to sign the South American.
Everton will demand a fee of more than £50million if they are to sell Richarlison this summer
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte is eager to secure a deal for the Brazilian forward
However, the Toffees will demand a high price on their forward and will not consider anything less than £50million.
Everton are aware of Tottenham’s interest in Richarlison and are open to engaging in further talks with Spurs.
Indeed, there is a belief a deal is achievable. Richarlison would find the opportunity to play Champions League football with Spurs next season too good to turn down.
But the biggest obstacle towards a deal appears to be the Merseyside club’s valuation.
Frank Lampard is determined to strengthen his squad as Everton look to improve
Richarlison, who joined Everton in 2018, has two years left to run on his current contract
The South American has two years to run on his existing deal so Everton are under no immediate pressure to sell, though their highly-publicised financial situation could become a factor as head coach Frank Lampard tries to strengthen his squad this summer.
Richarlison 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.