The 23-year-old has drawn interest from both Camp Nou and Old Trafford in the winter transfer window, as he keeps on dazzling.
In January, Everton’s Brazil International Richarlison said he got offers from two of the world ‘s largest clubs — Barcelona and Manchester United — that the Merseysiders declined them two.
Richarlison, 23, joined Everton from Watford at the start of the 2018-19 season and has kept on being a key part of the Toffees squad, netting 13 goals in his first Premier League season and 10 to date in 2019-20 preceding the coronavirus pandemic break.
The forward also arranged for Brazil in their fruitful 2019 Copa America campaign, and both in England and Spain, his fine performances for club and nation caught the eye.
“There were loads of offers during the season, from Barcelona, from Manchester (United). Be that as it may, the club chose to keep me in the network and I would not like to leave in the season. Leaving these team-mates is bad,” he revealed to Los Desimpedidos
Everton supposedly declined a €100 million Catalan offer (£85m/$105 m) for marking Richarlison in January and admits that he was flattered by Camp Nou’s interest.
“Barcelona is one of the world’s largest clubs, obviously, you feel affected, however, I think euphoria plays a part too,” he said.
The Toffees are restarting their Premier League campaign with a daunting Merseyside derby at home to table-topping neighbors Liverpool on Sunday.
The midweek triumph over Arsenal in Manchester City means that in 30 years, the Reds won’t have the option to make sure about their first title against their rivals, however, they would even now be searching for a success that would put them one bit nearer to the Crown.
Everton will at that point need astounding performance to create an outcome from any semblance of Richarlison; and his team-mate Bernard thinks he is capable.