Paris Saint-Germain have launched talks to get Everton ahead Richarlison to the Parc des Princes, 90 minutes can affirm.
The French giants are at the moment in talks with Real Madrid to promote Kylian Mbappe, and whereas these talks proceed, they’ve additionally turned their consideration to doable replacements. Richarlison is the person at the highest of their checklist.
90min understands that PSG made Richarlison’s representatives earlier this summer season conscious that he was of curiosity, and now they’ve made their transfer.
Everton all the time knew that Richarlison left this summer season was a chance, with their former boss Carlo Ancelotti, now at Real Madrid, an enormous fan.
But now it’s PSG who’ve are available in for him and Neymar – who helped push his bosses to signal his pal Lionel Messi – has provided an identical reference for his Brazilian counterpart. The two have fashioned a excellent relationship whereas enjoying for the Brazilian nationwide group.
Richarlison’s representatives arrived in France on Thursday evening and talks are underway with PSG, as Everton know. The two golf equipment are anticipating talks in the approaching hours when PSG full Mbappe’s resignation.
Everton boss Rafa Benitez insists he doesn’t wish to promote Richarlison, regardless of curiosity from PSG.
“We are not considering selling him. He is our player. We are really happy with him and hopefully he can score many goals for us this season,” Benitez commented in his pre-match press convention forward of their weekend match with Brighton.
Everton prepare for a busy final day within the window. They are additionally negotiating the sale of Moise Kean to Juventus – with Kean changing Cristiano Ronaldo when he closes in on a shock switch to Manchester City.
They additionally wish to transfer Colombian star James Rodriguez, who has been informed by Benitez that he will not be in his plans.
The Toffees will then search for their very own attacking reinforcements they usually themselves are set to proceed with curiosity in Brighton’s Neal Maupay, Schalke’s Matthew Hoppe and Burnley’s Dwight McNeil.