Richarlison, 21, could be sold to Chelsea if £80m price is met

Richarlison, 21, could be sold to Chelsea if £80m price is met

- Richarlison has got the attention of top European clubs this summer

- Chelsea, PSG, AC Milan are among the suitors linked to the Brazilian

- But Everton have reportedly slapped a £80million price tag on the striker

Richarlison has become a surprise summer target for Premier League giants Chelsea, as they look to make reinforcements in their attacking line next season.

But it is understood that Everton want a staggering £80million for the Brazilian international who has lived up to the billing this season.

And according to the Star, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid are keeping a close eye on the 21-year-old.

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The former Watford striker joined the Merseysiders last summer in a deal worth £40million as he reunited with former boss Marco Silva.

Richarlison has scored ten Premier League goals in his debut season with the Toffees including a double against Wolves.

He has also earned a national call up and made his debut against the United States and four days later, scoring his first international goal for Brazil against El Salvador.

But he has been dipped in form in recent weeks with Marco Silva dropping him to the bench against Manchester City in midweek.

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Richarlison returned to Silva's starting XI against his former club Watford but was substituted in the 66th minute after failing to impress.

Reports claim the Merseyside club are still pleased with him despite his below par performances and are getting ready for a potential transfer in the summer.

Silva's job is currently under threat following poor string of results and Richarlison could be tempted to leave if the Portuguese manager is sacked.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported N'Golo Kante could be snapped by Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain as reports claim the French side are willing to hand him an open cheque.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has played the France international outside his favourite defensive midfield position into a more deeper role going forward. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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