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Tottenham to battle for Richarlison with Chelsea and Arsenal

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Reports are incoming that Tottenham are the latest club to register interest in Richarlison. Other London clubs namely Arsenal and Chelsea are also looking at the opportunity to sign the Everton forward.

The Brazil international impressed with his recent outings for the Goodison Park outfit. However, he may not commit his future to the Merseyside club and can look to play somewhere else. Everton had a tough season this term as they somehow fended off relegation on the penultimate matchday of the Premier League campaign.

As claimed by Daily Mail, Richarlison is weighing up his future. The London club trio of Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea remains his prime admirers.

Tottenham, Arsenal or Chelsea – Where might Richarlison head to?

Though Tottenham boasts several elite attackers in their squad, still Conte might add more options to bolster their forward line. But to be a guaranteed starter, Richarlison should consider moving to either any one of Arsenal or Chelsea. The 25-year old can be a key player in the forward line for Chelsea. For the Blues, the likes of Lukaku, Werner, Ziyech and Pulisic all disappointed with their gameplay this season. Undeniably, Chelsea’s lack of goalscoring slipped in the middle of the Premier League which allowed Man City and Liverpool to topple them.

Arsenal meanwhile is hunting for quality strikers in the transfer market. Apart from Richarlison, Arsenal also identified Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City as a potential transfer target. The Gunners also put him as a top priority this summer and negotiations are already going on between both clubs.

Arsenal will also look to offload a couple of their attackers this summer. Alexandre Lacaztte will exit through the door of Emirates Stadium for free. On the other hand, Pepe has been immensely disappointing throughout his 3 years at the club. Arsenal is ready to take a massive hit on the price they bought him for to make room for new signings.

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