Tottenham is expected to sign Richarlison and may strike an agreement with Everton in order to improve their financial situation.
Tottenham is looking for a new attacker to lend his assistance to Harry Kane.
Tottenham's punts on Vincent Janssen, Fernando Llorente, and Carlos Vinicius have failed to work out over the years.
Fabio Paratici has decided that it is time to pay big money for a striker to assist Harry Kane in his return to the Champions League.
Richarlison is expected to sign for Tottenham.
Richarlison, an Everton striker, has been evident for weeks now.
There have been connections to other strikers, but few have really gotten the traction of Richarlison.
The Brazilian striker was one of Evertons' few shining lights last season as he scored ten goals in 30 Premier League matches.
Richarlison has been on the lookout for a deal, who fits very nicely at Spurs in terms of being a striker who can also play wide and provide quality depth for Antonio Conte.
Everton are also in financial difficulties and will need to raise funds before the end of their game today to avoid Premier League penalties.
Tottenham would not have much time to complete all of the necessary components for the Richarlisons move.
Tottenham may provide evidence of a principle agreement for Richarlison, according to Football London.
As long as the transaction is completed within a few days, the transfer would count for the 2021-22 accounts and ensure that Everton are not subjected to harsh penalties.
This sounds like the deal sheets we see in the transfer windows, though this is with the perspective of a financial deadline rather than a transfer deadline.
Despite his role at Goodison Park, Everton and Tottenham are believed to have strong connections.
According to the Athletic, a 50 million plus 10 million in add-ons have been agreed upon, which might well include evidence being sent to the Premier League to help Everton.
Richarlison will not be able to say his final goodbyes easily to Everton fans, but the Brazilian simply cannot refuse to play in the Champions League.