Everton will require £ 80 million for the target of the transfer of Chelsea Richarlison, according to some reports.
The Brazilian is being considered by Chelsea as a substitute for Eden Hazard, who should reach Real Madrid in the summer.
Chelsea is monitoring several potential directors who can fill Hazard's boots and are great admirers of Richarlison.
The Star of the day Chelsea will be joined by Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid in the race to sign Richarlison.
Everton has paid £ 40 million for Richarlison and desperately wants to resist the Brazilian national, hence the decision to slap him a price tag.
Richarlison enjoyed an electric start for the season with three goals in his first two appearances, but the 21-year-old was eliminated for the midweek meeting against Manchester City.
Marco Silva has re-established his star player on the starting eleven that took Watford on Saturday, but was removed 66 minutes with Everton chasing the game.
The future of Richarlison may depend on the fact that Silva remains at Everton beyond the end of the season.
It is said that Everton is evaluating the hypothesis of the mentor of Richarlison, since the Toffe continue to underestimate under Silva.
Silva prioritized Richarlison's signature from Watford when he became Everton's boss, but now both men could be ready for an early exit from Goodison Park.