Richarlison transfer odds – Man Utd favourites for Everton star after Edinson Cavani claim, Arsenal and Spurs in behind

MANCHESTER UNITED are outright favourites to sign Everton's Richarlison.

That's according to bookmakers Ladbrokes, who've significantly altered their betting market after a flurry of activity over the last 24 hours.


The Red Devils were previously available at 5/1 to bring Richarlison to Old Trafford.

But they are now 2/1 frontrunners to complete a deal for the Brazil international in the upcoming transfer window.

Richarlison has scored 47 goals and provided 12 assists for Everton since his £35million switch from Watford in 2018.

He's also become a regular at international level for Brail, scoring 10 times and helping to win Gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

The 24-year-old is contracted until June 2024, and recently insisted that he would like to play Champions League football with the Merseysiders.

But that's unlikely to happen in the near future with Frank Lampard's side in 17th position and deeply embroiled in a relegation battle.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "It's looking increasingly likely Richarlison will leave Everton.

"The latest odds suggest he'll be the latest in a long list of names to move between Goodison Park and Old Trafford."

Richarlison next club

Ladbrokes odds

  • Manchester United – 2/1
  • Real Madrid – 5/2
  • PSG – 15/2
  • Inter Milan – 8/1
  • Barcelona – 10/1
  • Tottenham – 10/1
  • Arsenal – 10/1
  • AC Milan – 10/1


Reports in Brazil claim a move could be on the horizon whether or not Everton avoid the drop.

Goal Brazil claim United have been keeping tabs on Richarlison for two years and could be the ideal successor to Edinson Cavani.

Carlo Ancelotti, who managed Richarlison during his tenure at Goodison Park, could prove useful for Real Madrid, who are second in the betting market at 5/2.

PSG and Inter Milan come next at 15/2 and 8/1 respectively, with Barcelona, Tottenham, Arsenal and AC Milan all locked together at 10s.

When previously asked about his future, 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

"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."


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