Manchester United ‘target Everton forward Richarlison as they continue to keep tabs on his situation at Goodison Park in bid replace Edinson Cavani’
- Manchester United are keeping tabs on Richarlison’s situation at Everton
- They are looking to sign a striker in the summer to replace Edinson Cavani
- His impressive goal return over the years caught the Red Devils’ attention
- However, he was struggled this season – having scored just four goals so far
Manchester United are said to be plotting a move for Everton striker Richarlison, according to reports in Brazil.
United are said to be in the market for a striker during the summer transfer window as Edinson Cavani is due to leave the club once his contract expires.
Therefore, the Red Devils have identified Richarlison – who has two years remaining on his contract at Everton – as a potential target.
Manchester United have registered an interest in signing Everton’s forward Richarlison
Manchester United are said to be assessing Richarlison’s situation at Everton as the club’s potential relegation could see him opt for a move away from Goodison Park this summer.
According to Goal Brazil, United have been keeping tabs on Richarlison for the last two seasons after being impressed with his goal return at Everton.
Richarlison has become one of Everton’s biggest assets given his impressive goal scoring tally for the Toffees.
However, he has struggled to form this season – having scored just four goals in 22 Premier League appearances so far.
Man United are looking to sign a striker in the summer to replace Edinson Cavani (right)
The Red Devils have been impressed with the 24-year-old over the past two seasons
When previously asked about his future at Everton, RIcharlison told Goal: ‘Look, I have two more years on my contract here.
‘It’s hard to talk about leaving, because I have great affection for Everton, I have music, I have everything here.
‘It’s very complicated to talk about leaving, I’m not prepared for this moment, but the we never know tomorrow.
‘We have to be aware and prepared for everything. Let’s make this season there so that, in the next one, we can see what will happen.’
Should Richarlison decide to leave the club this summer, he will have a range of clubs to choose from.
However, he was struggled this season – having scored just four goals in 22 outings so far
Everton’s potential relegation could have an impact on Richarlison’s future with Lampard’s side
Manchester United will have to battle it out with a host of Premier League side’s to sign the 24-year-old striker.
Newcastle United have registered an interest in signing Calvert-Lewin this summer, while Real Madrid are also expected to make a move for the Everton forward.
Former Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti – who left Goodison Park to take charge of the LaLiga giants – is said to be a fan of the 24-year-old.