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Richarlison Pens Emotional Tribute After Everton Exit! (Details)

Richarlison has stirred social media after penning down an emotional tribute due to his Everton exit, MySportDab reports.

The Brazil international has been a subject of discussion after it was confirmed he is departing to Tottenham.

Richardson has already signed a 5-year-contract deal with Tottenham after a successful medical with the club.

The deal valued at £60m, including add-ons, will see the Brazil international at the London club till 2027.

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Tottenham has taken to their Twitter handle to announce the signing of Richarlison on a permanent basis officially.

In what appears to be an emotional tribute to the fans and the club, Richarlison thanked the club for their support.

He praised Everton for bringing him up to be who he is in football and helping him stand as a man.

The 25-year-old joined Everton from Watford on July 24th 2018, in a deal worth £35m.

Richardson has scored 78 goals in his 262 appearances with 30 assists throughout his football career.

He made his debut for Everton, scoring in a 2-2 draw against Wolverhampton wanders on August 11.

Richardson was functioning as a midfielder in Everton before being deployed into the role of a full center-forward against Leicester City.

He scored a goal in a game in which Everton runaway as winners beating the Foxes 2-1 away from home.

In the 2019-20 Premier League season, Richarlison finished the League as a joint top-scorer in Everton.

The 25-year-old renewed his contract with Everton in 2019, signing a 5-year contract with the club.

He was instrumental in an important Merseyside derby win against arch-rivals Liverpool in 2021.

He scored a goal which earned Everton a crucial 3 points at Anfield.

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