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Tottenham attacker does not want to leave the club but Spurs are open to selling him

By Mehdi Gokal -

In recent speculation, Richarlison, the Tottenham forward, has been linked with a potential transfer away from the club.

Reports suggest that Tottenham may entertain offers for the Brazilian if they prove enticing enough.

Richarlison’s journey at Tottenham has been tumultuous since his arrival from Everton for a substantial fee of around £60 million.

While expectations were high, he struggled to make an impact in his debut season, registering only one league goal.

However, this season has seen glimpses of his true potential, with Richarlison showcasing improved form. In 28 Premier League appearances, he has contributed 11 goals and 4 assists, notably scoring 9 goals in his last 11 starts. (Transfermarkt)

Despite his resurgence, recent reports hint at a possible departure if Tottenham receives a compelling offer.

Speculation suggests that Saudi club Al Hilal is preparing to make a move for Richarlison during the upcoming transfer window.

Al Hilal had previously shown interest in the forward during Neymar’s injury spell in January, though no deal materialised then.

Richarlison does not want to leave the club

Despite the links away, the player seems to want to stay at the club. He dropped a hint on social media recently suggesting that he is going nowhere.

In a recent interaction on TikTok, Richarlison appeared to suggest he plans to stay at Tottenham. When a fan asked him if he was going to remain with the club, the Brazilian liked the comment, sparking speculation that he intends to stay put.

And now as per the latest report from CaughtOffside, Richarlison has ‘no desire to leave Tottenham’ this summer nor does he want to leave the Premier League should the club put him on the transfer list

It’s stated that his contract with the club extends until 2027, and he intends to continue playing in the Premier League at least until the 2026 World Cup.


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