14 November 2017
Tottenham Hotspurs is fast establishing itself as one of the top clubs in Europe and the London club is looking to keep the growth as it plans to add one of the men responsible for Watford’s fine start to the season to its ranks.
Watford have made a fine start to the season with Brazilian attacker Richarlison at the heart of it, and the Mirror reports that he is already attracting attention.
It says Spurs “are keeping tabs” on the 20-year-old, with their scouts “regulars at Watford games.”
Richarlison has scored four Premier League goals so far, giving the Hornets a new dimension with his speed and flair.
And the Mirror says he “possesses the pace, goal threat and versatility in attacking positions that Spurs boss, Mauricio Pochettino, is keen to add to his squad.”
However, the Brazil Under-20 international – who signed a five-year deal when he moved from Fluminense in the summer – has told ESPN he wants to “write history at Watford and be remembered by the crowd.”