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Everton fans have taken to Twitter to react after seeing how Richarlison reacted to James Rodriguez’s move to Qatari outfit Al-Rayyan.

What’s the story?

Well, the Brazilian didn’t even use any words to express himself after the Colombian’s departure, although his response was still telling.

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Richarlison simply posted an emoji, showing someone with their eyes widened in a state of shock.

It could mean Richarlison is shocked that Everton let Rodriguez leave Goodison Park without signing a replacement.

It could also mean that the 24-year-old is surprised to see a player who was among Europe’s very best at one point now playing in Qatar, aged 30.

It’s been a real fall from grace for Rodriguez, who made some questionable career choices during his time at Real Madrid.

Will Everton lose Richarlison next?

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The Everton fans below certainly seem confident that Richarlison will be next to follow Rodriguez out of Goodison Park.

According to Eurosport, the £40m forward wants to play with his idol and international colleague Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain.

There have been more whispers about Richarlison’s desire to leave, and the Everton fans believe it’s now likely to happen after Rodriguez left.

In terms of ambition, Rodriguez was arguably the only world class player at Everton, so Richarlison might be a bit annoyed he’s been sold.

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For a player with aspirations of lining up alongside the best, you can imagine Everton’s No.7 wasn’t too happy to see his fellow South American leave.

However – as aforesaid – the £90,000-a-week man may just have been shocked that a player of that calibre is now playing in Qatar.

Nevertheless, let’s see what the Everton fans on Twitter have been saying about Richarlison’s comment…

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