Fichajes have revealed that Paris Saint-Germain are considering a move for Tottenham forward Richarlison at the end of the season.

Richarlison hit the limelight with his brace for Brazil in their 2-0 win over Serbia last week, which included an audacious overhead kick.


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Over the last few days, reports have suggested that the biggest clubs in Europe are eyeing a move for the 25-year-old, who joined Spurs from Everton in a deal worth £60m including add-ons in the summer.

Todofichajes reported over the weekend that Real Madrid want to land the Tottenham man, with Carlo Ancelotti alleged to be keen on reuniting with the forward at the Santiago Bernabeu. 

The report added that the North London club would want a fee of €100m-€120m (£86.2m-£103.5m) for the Brazilian next summer, which the La Liga giants are said to be willing to pay. 

Fichajes have now asserted that Richarlison is also on PSG’s radar, with the Parisians said to have identified the Spurs star as a replacement for Kylian Mbappe if the Frenchman leaves the club.

The report states that the former Everton man’s signing has been endorsed by Neymar and that the Ligue 1 giants had planned to make a move for him back in the summer if Mbappe had joined Real Madrid at the time.

Spurs Web Opinion

Perhaps the reason clubs are looking at Richarlison as an option is because the forward is not playing in his best position at Spurs (as a number 9) and is thus being underused by the North London club.

So, perhaps the likes of PSG feel that Richarlison would be more valuable to them and think that the Lilywhites would be willing to let him leave for the right price. However, I do not see Spurs cashing on the 25-year-old just one year after signing him.

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