There is growing confidence that Richarlison will be a Tottenham player by the weekend.
The Everton and Brazil striker has emerged as one of the key players to attack Spurs this summer as Antonio Conte looks to build a team that will be able to improve when they finish in fourth place last season.
The agreement between these clubs has reached a final stage. The transfer fee has been agreed upon and personal terms are finalized, with Richarlison set to complete a medical examination in the next few days.
Midfielder Harry Winks is expected to move to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in Goodison Park, even if that move is not directly included in Richarlison’s transfer.
Richarlison will return to Spurs for £ 60m, making him the most expensive signing, surpassing the £ 55m they paid for Tanguy Ndombele in 2019. He is expected to complete a move to north London over the weekend.
Tottenham have also been linked with a move for Anthony Gordon and Steven Bergwijn is set to go the other way, but the deal is very difficult.
Once signed, Richarlison will be Tottenham’s fourth player in the summer following the final deals of Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma.
They also reached an agreement for Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet to join on loan, having previously directed defensive stars such as Alessandro Bastoni and Pau Torres. It is believed that the agreement will include a purchase clause.