Richarlison to Tottenham is almost done as they reach an agreement and the Brazilian is set to undergo medical


Richarlison is set to have a medical in Brazil today after Tottenham Hotspur agreed in principle with Everton to purchase him, according to reports.

Richarlison to Tottenham imminent, with contract 'agreed' as Levy sees  right through Everton threat

The ultimate price for Richarlison will be discussed today between Tottenham and Everton.

Tottenham expect to spend somewhere in the neighborhood of £50 million for Richarlison, pending those discussions.

To raise the total to almost £60 million, the north London team might spend a further £10 million in add-ons.

It’s believed that there are personal terms in place.

Everton reportedly turned down a £40 million deal for Richarlison on Wednesday before the price was dramatically increased. A second club unexpectedly expressed interest in him, but Spurs are on track and expect to finalize the deal in the next few days.

Everyone is believed to want to transfer to Spurs.

Tottenham’s interest in Richarlison was first revealed by The Athletic earlier this month.

The Brazilian joined Everton in 2018, but he now wants to test himself against European competition.

Richarlison would have the opportunity to do so thanks to Tottenham, as Conte’s team qualified for the Champions League by placing fourth the previous year.

Brazilian international Richarlison, who has received 36 caps, has 53 goals in 152 games since moving to Everton from Watford for £51 million.


In 30 Premier League appearances last season, he scored 10 goals, helping Everton stay in the top division.

Richarlison will join Tottenham ahead of the new season, after Yves Bissouma, Fraser Forster, and Ivan Perisic.


Brazilian professional footballer Richarlison de Andrade, also known as Richarlison, was born on May 10, 1997. He plays forward for Premier League side Everton as well as the Brazil national team.

He started his professional career in 2015 with América Mineiro, where he spent just one season before switching to Fluminense after being promoted from the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.

In his two years there, he played in 67 games, scored 19 goals, and was nominated to the Team of the Season as the team finished second in the 2017 Campeonato Carioca. After that, he joined Watford and then Everton a year later.

In 2018, Richarlison made his senior international debut for Brazil. He was a part of the squad that won the Copa América in 2019, finished second in the Copa América in 2021, and captured a gold medal at the 2020 Olympic competition.



  • Copa América: 2019

Brazil U23

  • Summer Olympics: 2020


  • Campeonato Carioca Team of the Year: 2017


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