Richarlison says Everton could never meet his ‘personal ambitions’


Richarlison has said that the reason he left Everton for Tottenham in the summer was because the club could not match his ‘ambitions’ to even score goals.

The Brazilian forward may have paid a club record £60 million for his transfer to Tottenham and has become a popular figure there very quickly. Richarlison has won over fans hearts by giving outstanding performances against teams like Chelsea and Fullham.

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Richarlison reviews about Everton

The 25-year-old is prospering in his new environment. Although his former team Everton isn’t doing as well right now. Richarlison revealed his reasons for leaving Everton. Despite his intense loyalty to the team.

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“It’s always a tough call when you have such strong connections with your club, and that was definitely the case for me. I was happy at Everton and I’m grateful for everything I learned there. It’s a big club with a lot of history,”

He further added. “I spent four years there and I could see there was still a very long way to go to achieve big things. I felt it was the right time to move on, and the club also had to make some money. It was a good deal for everyone involved. I’m delighted with this new challenge at Spurs.”

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Performance at Everton

Richarlison scored double numbers in goals across all leagues in each of his four seasons at Everton. However, his late-season performances in 2021/22 were noticeable.

He put in a number of outstanding performances and scored a number of significant goals to help Frank Lampard’s team escape the title challenge in the season’s final weeks.

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Sophie is a sports broadcaster and journalist for VPN Sports. She has been reporting news on football for over a year now.