Everton forward Richarlison de Andrade has signed a new deal that will extend his stay at Goodison Park until 2024. So, he will play for Everton for another five years extension.
The 22-year-old got a contract deal to join the Toffees in July 2018 from Watford for £50million. He has largely impressed during his time on Merseyside.
The Toffees are fading in 17th in the Premier League table after just four wins from their opening 14 games.
However, the Brazilian has six goals in 19 appearances for his national side. He said that all his appearances for Brazil come after his transfer to the Everton.
He has 13 goals in 38 appearances across all competitions last season for his club side. While his first-half header on Sunday 2-1 defeat to Leicester City increases his score to six in the current time.
The Brazil international reveals through Evertontv that he will continue to make the supporters happy. Also keep honouring the shirt and club, to repay the opportunity Everton gave to him.
Importantly, the Toffees will face three tough successive league matches and one Carabao return match all in December. They will play Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League on Wednesday evening.
Thereafter, welcomes Chelsea to Goodison Park for another league match. Everton will visit Manchester United next.
Then, repaying the 2-1 defeat to Leicester follows but in the Carabao cup challenge. And wrap it up with Arsenal’s visit to Goodison Park.
Silva is undoubtedly seeing the end of his reign in Everton as he sits two points above the relegation division. With the troublesome games ahead of his team, he could possibly relegate and definitely lose his head coach position for Everton.
Richarlison de Andrade has scored 20 goals in 55 games in all competitions.