Tottenham forward Richarlison has no plans to leave the Premier League, despite reports linking him with a move to the Saudi Pro League. Sources close to the player have revealed that Richarlison remains determined to succeed at Spurs and is not considering a move to the Middle East at this stage of his career.
Football Insider had previously reported that Tottenham has no intention of selling Richarlison during the January transfer window. The 26-year-old Brazilian international, who joined the Lilywhites in 2022 for a reported £60 million, has faced criticism for his goal-scoring form since arriving at the club.
Despite his struggles in front of goal, Richarlison is determined to make his mark in the Premier League and is reportedly willing to turn down a lucrative offer from the Saudi Pro League to continue playing in England’s top flight.
Since joining Tottenham, Richarlison has scored two goals and provided three assists in 11 appearances across all competitions this season. While his output has improved compared to the previous campaign, where he managed just three goals and four assists in 35 appearances, he’s been working to find his best form.
Richarlison is currently recovering from surgery on a long-standing groin injury and is expected to face competition for his place in Tottenham’s attack upon his return. Recent reports suggest that Juventus forward Samuel Iling-Junior is one of the options Spurs are considering for the January transfer window.
In the meantime, Richarlison is focused on his rehabilitation and regaining his fitness to contribute to Tottenham’s Premier League campaign. His commitment to the club and the Premier League remains unwavering, dispelling any rumors of an imminent move to the Saudi Pro League.
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