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Everton Set Asking PRICE On Richarlison (DETAILS)

Everton has already made their peace with the fact that Richarlison will be leaving them this summer, MySportDab reports.

Richarlison has been fighting hard with the Toffees to ensure they escape being relegated before the season comes to an end which hasn’t been easy.

Things are not looking in their favor as of now with them seating 18th with two points below Leeds United and Burnley who have a better chance of survival.


This has lead to so many speculations concerning the player future with the club as he might this time consider his options of leaving.

Everton surviving relegation or not, he could make a move elsewhere knowing he is at the peak of his career where he should be winning titles.

Numerous clubs have once been linked with a move for the Brazilian which the club has managed to turn them down and make the player stay.

Real Madrid are amongst those who made their intentions clear concerning a move for the player who was then placed on a €100 million plus value.

According to Transfer News Live, Everton have already made it known and willing to accept offers for the striker ahead of the summer window.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Everton have set their price for Richarlison, and would accept a fee of £50m for the Brazilian. (Source: Football Insider).

Manchester United who are set to welcome their new manager Erik Ten Hag is also keen on making a move for the Everton man once he takes over.

Real Madrid might also come around in the race as well as Chelsea or even Paris Saint Germain who are set to lose Kylian Mbappe.

They could also be a strong case for Madrid who their current manager Carlo Ancelotti once worked with Richarlison during his stint in England as Everton manager.

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Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili

Lagos Based Football, Sports And Biography Writer For MySportDab, Pro Football Expert - Chelsea Football Club Correspondent.

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