Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspurs have finally completed the signing of Everton prolific scorer and Brazilian international, Richarlison with them coming into an agreement with the Toffees over the player's transfer in a £60million deal.
As confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, the 25 year old is now set to sign a five-year contract with the Antonio Conte's side who will pay £50million guaranteed fees plus add ons. The star striker is also understood to have agreed personal terms with the North London club.
Meanwhile, he is expected to undergo the first part of his medical examinations with the Lillywhites in the coming few hours in his native country, Brazil where he is currently spending his holiday before moving to the Hotspurs Stadium ahead of next season.
Since joining Everton from Watford in a whooping £51million deal, Richarlison has managed to chip in 53 goals in 153 appearances at Goodison Park and was one of the best scorers in the Premier League last season where he scored 10 goals in 30 appearances.
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