Richarlison is reportedly keen to leave Everton this summer as he dreams of winning trophies
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Richarlison ‘wants to leave Everton this summer’ as he ‘dreams of playing for titles’ amid Toffees relegation battle… with Brazilian forward ‘keen to stay in the Premier League’

  • Richarlison reportedly wants to leave Everton this summer to fight for trophies
  • The Brazilian forward is the Toffees’ top scorer this season with nine goals 
  • Richarlison’s agent is in talks with a number of clubs in Europe’s top leagues 

Richarlison is keen to leave Everton this summer as he dreams of winning titles, according to a report. 

The Brazilian forward joined the Toffees in 2018 and has been among the goals this season, scoring nine times. 

But with Everton currently in a scrap to avoid relegation, Richarlison is keen to leave and join a club where he will fight for trophies.  

Richarlison is reportedly keen to leave Everton this summer as he dreams of winning trophies

Richarlison is reportedly keen to leave Everton this summer as he dreams of winning trophies 

That’s according to Goal Brasil, who claim the 25-year-old prefers to stay in the Premier League. 

Richarlison has been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid in the past, but a move has never materialised. 

The report also claims Richarlison’s representatives are engaged in talks with a host of clubs in Europe’s top leagues as they attempt to get the player a move this summer. 

He joined Everton from Watford in 2018 for £35million, a fee which could increase to £50m with add-ons. 

In 151 appearances for the Toffees, Richarlison has scored 52 goals and provided 14 assists. 

The 25-year-old is currently the Toffees top goal scorer with nine Premier League goals

The 25-year-old is currently the Toffees top goal scorer with nine Premier League goals 

Everton boss Frank Lampard will be keen to keep hold of the Brazil international next season

Everton boss Frank Lampard will be keen to keep hold of the Brazil international next season 

Frank Lampard will be keen to keep hold  of him having sang his praises recently. He said: ‘My point with him – where my job is – is to try and focus in on how we can make him better. Because I think there is more to come. You see glimpses of it all the time.

‘Of course he wants to score more goals on a regular basis. It is all there for him. You forget how young he is because he has been in England for quite a while. 

‘The reality is he is playing at a really high level and is a huge focal point of the team. He is a massive reference for the fans. We need him in similar form for the rest of the season.’

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