The 26-year-old star has ‘worrying body language’ at Hotspur Way

 Tottenham striker Richarlison is going through a difficult time at the club.

Despite his problems, Tottenham Hotspur don’t seem too worried about Richarlison’s current form and body language.

Richarlison’s poor start to the season and his emotional reactions have raised concerns about his attitude and confidence.

There is still hope that Richarlison can return to form and regain his goalscoring potential, but patience and support from the club will be crucial to his development.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Richarlison is currently going through a difficult time and journalist Paul Brown spoke to GIVEMESPORT to share what he thinks the club thinks of the Brazilian at the moment.

The former Watford striker has struggled in front of goal for both club and country.
News from Tottenham Hotspur – Richarlison

Richarlison signed for Spurs in the summer transfer window last season for a fee of £60m from Everton.

According to FBref, it’s been a difficult year for Richarlison, who scored just one Premier League goal in 27 appearances for the north London club in his first season.

This season, when Harry Kane left for Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window, Ange Postecoglou gave Richarlison the opportunity to manage Spurs.

However, after a poor start to the season, the Australian manager decided to use Son Heung-min in a central role ahead of Richarlison, with the South Korean international scoring a hat-trick at Burnley.

Richarlison is currently on international duty for Brazil but the 26-year-old’s problems persist.

The former Everton player broke down in tears after missing a chance for his country and was eventually substituted.

Richarlison can’t take a break at the moment, but he’s never been a consistent goalscorer in his career.

It might have been a little surprising that Postecoglou trusted Richarlison as his starting number nine after losing Kane, given the difference between the two players’ goalscoring abilities.

Richarlison is still a great player but his body language is concerning – Paul Brown

Richarlison’s best qualities are his work rate and commitment to the badge – two things we’ve seen in abundance during his time at Everton.

However, in recent weeks, Richarlison hasn’t looked quite like the player Spurs signed from the Merseyside club.
Brown suggested that

Richarlison’s body language is a little concerning at the moment.

The journalist adds that he seems to have the whole world on his shoulders, but he doesn’t think Spurs are too worried about the Brazilian. Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Brown said…

“I don’t think Spurs are worried about Richarlison. Personally, when I saw him play this season, I was a little worried about his body language.

At the Bournemouth match I attended, his head seemed to fall off. It seems like he’s carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders right now.

I don’t think the emotions he showed during his international service were great. It’s not entirely clear why he was so upset.

It’s never nice to see a player react like that. But it shows that Richarlison cares, I still believe there is a great player there.

And if Spurs stay loyal and patient to him, I think he will score shortly and I think the goals will come for him.

“Obviously he’s just not feeling well at the moment and he needs to get some confidence back, but I think he’ll get there in time.”

The absence of a centre-forward has shown that Postecoglou has faith in Richarlison, but there is no doubt that he has been a failure so far. £60 million is a big price to pay and Spurs are yet to see the version of Richarlison that tempted the north London club to prize him away from Everton. Read more: Premier League Flop XI for the 2022/2023 season

 Richarlison and Tottenham?
Considering the fee Spurs paid, Daniel Levy and his team will benefit hugely in trying to get the most out of Richarlison as it won’t be easy to recoup the money they spent due to his poor form.

According to The Telegraph, Saudi club Al-Ittihad showed late interest in Richarlison before the transfer window closed after giving up on Mohamed Salah.

It was no surprise that a deal was not reached since Spurs would not have been able to replace him.

However, if an offer was on the table in January or next summer, it wouldn’t be entirely surprising if Spurs took advantage.

It hasn’t worked so far, but the best solution for all involved would be for Postecoglou to try to reignite it.

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