Everton forward Richarlison wants to leave and join Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, according to Eurosport.
It is being reported today that Brazil international forward Richarlison wants to leave Everton this summer.
The 24-year-old has his eyes on a move to Spanish and European giants Real Madrid.
Former Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is now in charge of Madrid.
The Toffees are hopeful that they can keep hold of the former Watford star.
Everton have reportedly told Richarlison that they expect him to return to the first team once he has played for Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics.
Could a Real Madrid transfer happen?
Ancelotti worked with Richarlison at Everton, and the Madrid boss will know what the 24-year-old can and cannot do.
Los Blancos could undergo changes in their attacking lineup this summer under a new manager.
Richarlison is a versatile attacking player who can operate out wide or more centrally.
The Everton no.7 scored seven goals and gave three assists in the league last season.
The Brazil international scored 13 goals and provided three assists in the league in 2019-20.
Everton paid Watford an initial transfer fee of £35 million for Richarlison in the summer of 2018, according to BBC Sport.