Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have found themselves in the fight for some high profile players this transfer window. With the likes of Richarlison being rumoured to be eyed by both clubs. A 25-year-old Brazilian International is looking forward to play in big European competition next season.
According to Sunsport the Gunners are set to lose in the race to sign the player. This is because as per The Athletic already the Conte side have agreed personal terms with Richarlison. After the two clubs, Everton and Spurs agreed on transfer fee.
Everton have accepted a £50m initial fee plus possible £10m as add-ons in principle. And the latter is subject to medical tests in this day ahead of possible move to Tottenham Hotspur side.
Richarlison made 152 appearances at Everton with 53 goals in which he helped the Lampard side to avoid relegation in the last season. But with the Everton side reported to face the financial struggles there are ready to sanction some players departure in this summer.
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