Tottenham Hotspur Completes The Signing Of Richarlison From Everton.

Richarlison, a forward for Everton, has been signed by Tottenham Hotspur for £60 million, and a five-year deal has been reached between the two parties.

Following the acquisitions of players like Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster, and Yves Bissouma, the 25-year-old is Antonio Conte's fourth summer signing. Spurs are still restocking their roster in preparation for their Champions League comeback.

Spurs are anticipated to agree to a £50 million initial package, with a further £10 million in add-ons bringing the total cost to about £60 million.

Antonio Conte adds the 25-year-old Brazilian attacker as his fourth summer acquisition.

In order to recruit the Brazilian international, Conte's team had to defeat opponents from the Premier League, Arsenal and Chelsea, who had both showed interest in doing so.

Richarlison, who can play on either flank and can even step in for England star Harry Kane in the centre, is anticipated to be a strong option for the Italian across the front line.

For a spot in the starting lineup, the former Watford forward will have to beat out players like Kane, Heung-Min Son, Dejan Kulusevski, Lucas Moura, and Steven Bergwijn, though the latter two have been linked with departures this summer.

Antonio Conte's preferred option in the forward line is believed to be Richarlison.

Richarlison may also finally help Spurs with their ongoing problem of not having a suitable back-up option for Kane due to his prior Premier League experience.

Since moving to Everton from Watford in 2018 for £40 million, he has made 152 appearances and scored 53 goals.

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