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Richarlison Transfer News & Odds

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Richarlison Transfer News & Odds

Everton striker Richarlison has attracted a number of clubs across Europe due to his excellent form towards the end of the 2021/22 season that aided the Toffees' survival hopes.

The 25-year-old managed 11 goals and five assists in 33 appearances last campaign, finishing as the club's top scorer as they finished 16th in the Premier League standings.

Club Latest Odds
Manchester United 6/1
Real Madrid 6/1
Arsenal 8/1
AC Milan 9/1
Newcastle 9/1
Inter Milan 10/1

Manchester United Odds: 6/1

While last season's campaign is one to forget for Manchester United fans, who watched city rivals lift the Premier League trophy on the same day they lost 1-0 to Crystal Palace and only secure a Europa League place because of a West Ham collapse, there is much optimism for the Red Devils and their next chapter.

With the appointment of Ten Hag as the long-term successor to Ole Gunnar Solaskjaer, many fans are expecting the same fast, free-flowing possession-based football the dutchman played while in charge of Ajax. With that in mind, the need for aggressive and hard-working wingers is key, something Richarlison displayed very well in helping Everton escape relegation come the end of this season.

The heart and passion Richarlison exhibited for Everton will surely be a positive sign for Manchester United fans who have so often watched lacklustre performances accompanied by even worse body language or passion from almost all of their players.

A complete clear-out is expected at Old Trafford and with European football next season, the signing of a positive Brazilian winger will do no harm for the project they are now building.

United are priced at 6/1 to sign Richarlison from Everton this summer - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Real Madrid Odds: 6/1

Despite being Champions League finalists and easing to their 35th La Liga title, Real Madrid’s season hasn’t been as plain sailing as it seems. With a largely ageing squad and a number of under-performing high-earning players, Los Blancos will be looking to overhaul a number of players this summer.

With Gareth Bale almost certainly leaving, as well as Isco, Eden Hazard and Marco Asensio all with their futures unclear, Real Madrid will be looking to add first team attacking options as well as depth.

As stated before, Richarlison’s heart and passion shone through in Everton’s most recent fixtures, and while that doesn’t necessarily equal a top player, Madrid’s recent big-money signings have often lacked that key element which makes a connection with the Madrid faithful and so often leads to underwhelming performances.

Very few turn down Real Madrid if they come calling and Richarlison would likely be no different, the chance to work with former manager Carlo Ancelotti would too likely convince him further as he saw probably his best Premier League form playing under the Italian manager.

Real are priced at 6/1 to acquire Richarlison in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Arsenal Odds: 8/1

After coming agonisingly close to Champions League football next season, largely thanks to a lack of investment in January, Arsenal will certainly try and make the most of the summer transfer window.

The Gunners decided not to sign replacements for the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Calum Chambers and Ainsley Maitland-Niles who all left in January. While the latter two were not first-team regulars, the depth they offered was key for ensuring Arsenal were not caught short when players were injured etc.

Equally, allowing Aubameyang to leave and not replacing him turned out to be a key factor in their failure to secure Champions League qualification.

With that in mind, Richarlison would very likely come in and play a prominent role on Arsenal’s left wing, as well as providing another outlet to take some pressure and expectation off the young Bukayo Saka’s shoulders.

This transfer is certainly one to keep an eye on as if Arsenal can get the Brazilian for a cut-price, it would be no surprise to see Mikel Arteta to instruct the club to go for him.

Richarlison is priced at 8/1 to join Arsenal.

AC Milan Odds: 9/1

After winning their first Scudetto title in 11 years, the red side of Milan and all its fans are no doubt looking to build on its success and prosper the club back into the world’s elite, like it once was.

Richarlison would make a fine addition to an already passionate and hard-working squad, and with Champions League football next season, it would not be difficult convincing him to leave Merseyside for Italy’s financial capital.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic either set to retire or certainly spend an extended period on the sidelines if he does remain playing, the Rossoneri will certainly be looking to invest in its attacking options before the start of next season's campaign.

Richarlison is priced at 9/1 to trade Goodison Park for the San Siro.

Newcastle United Odds: 9/1

It's almost impossible to write a transfer special without Newcastle United being somewhere in the mix.

The now richest team in the world are in the first stages of a complete re-build that will, at least for their fans, hopefully, see them competing with the world’s elite for domestic and international titles aplenty.

Richarlison would be both an effective and statement signing for the magpies. He would no doubt play a huge role in the first team as well as showing they are not messing around in the transfer window. The project Eddie Howe and their new owners are building is an exciting one and will no doubt inspire most footballers to be a part of if they get the opportunity.

Newcastle are priced at 9/1 to sign Richarlison from Everton.

Inter Milan Odds: 10/1

After coming heartbreakingly close to retaining the Serie A title but instead losing out to City rivals AC Milan on the final day, Internazionale will be eager to fight back and regain the title next season.

Despite the despair of missing out on the title, they still managed an impressive Copa Italia win against Juventus in the final, showing they are still a force to be reckoned with in Italy despite losing their top goalscorer in Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea last season.

Similar to Real Madrid, Richarlison would certainly make a welcome addition to an otherwise ageing squad and with the impending Champions League season also coming, any further depth would do them no harm.

With the future of striker Lautaro Martinez also unclear, if they are to sell the Argentine, the funds would certainly be enough to capture Richarlison and the Brazilian would make a more than adequate replacement if called upon.

Richarlison is priced at 10/1 for a move to Inter Milan in the summer.