Brazilian footballer Richarlison left Everton

Brazilian footballer Richarlison left Everton for Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday (June 30). The London club had to spend 60 million pounds for this player. News of the English media Mirror.

Richarlison’s change of address has been confirmed by transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano. In a tweet, he said Tottenham had signed Richarlison to a permanent contract. Richarlison has a contract with the Spurs for the next five years.

The Mirrors say the Goodison had been demanding only ৫০ 50 for Richarlison. Because they needed adequate funding before the end of the transfer season. Everton did that by selling the team’s best player.

Richarlison came to Everton in 2016 from Watford. He has played 135 matches in the league so far for this team. Has scored 43 goals. In all, he has played 152 matches and scored 53 goals. The star also has 14 assists next to his name.

Tottenham are befriending two ‘enemies’ of Brazil and Argentina

Brazilian footballer Richarlison started his senior football career with America Mineiro. Then he came to Watford to play as Flumyson. The star has scored 6 goals in 263 matches in his entire club career. Assisted 30 goals.

Argentine defender Cristian Romero and Brazilian forward Richarlison

The animosity between Argentine defender Cristian Romero and Brazilian forward Richarlison is obvious. Not yet engaged in a direct verbal battle, but on the field they have always appeared in an aggressive manner against each other. However, this time the English club Tottenham is making two ‘enemies’ of the field friends. Romero joined the club last season, this time at a cost of around Rs 64 crore.

Tottenham’s attacking edge with Harry Kane and Son Hyun-Min will be further enhanced by the addition of Richarlison. Conte is arranging the team in advance for the next season. Meanwhile, Tottenham have signed Croatia left-wing back Ivan Perisic, Mali midfielder Eve Bisuma and English goalkeeper Fraser Forster. They have also come a long way in signing Bar ধa defender Clem Longley.