Spurs may send proof of deal to Premier League to come as club face financial deadline

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Tottenham are set to sign Richardson and could sign a deal with the Premier League to help Everton financially.

Tottenham are looking for another attacker to lend some support to Harry Kane.

The likes of Vincent Janssen, Fernando Llorente and Carlos Vinicius haven’t really worked out for Tottenham over the years.

Fabio Paratici has now decided it is time to pay a striker big bucks to help Harry Kane ahead of Tottenham’s Champions League return.

Tottenham ready to sign Luc Richardson

It has been clear for weeks now that Tottenham’s top striker this summer is Everton hitman Richardson.

There have been ties with other strikers but few really have Richardson’s traction.

The Brazilian striker was one of Everton’s few shining lights last season as he registered 10 goals in 30 Premier League games.

Tottenham are pursuing a deal for Richardson, who fits perfectly at Spurs in terms of being a striker who can reach out wide and provide quality depth for Antonio Conte.

Everton are also in financial trouble and need to raise funds by the end of the game today to avoid Premier League sanctions.

This will not give Tottenham much time to complete all the necessary components for Richardson’s transfer.

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Soccer London now claims Tottenham can send the Premier League a proof-of-principle agreement for Richardson.

As long as the deal is completed within a few days, the transfer will count for 2021-22 accounts – and will ensure that Everton is not heavily banned.

It looks like we hear about deal sheets in the transfer window, though it’s with the angle of the financial deadline rather than the transfer deadline.

The relationship between Everton and Tottenham is considered strong and Richardson’s move will only strengthen despite his importance at Goodison Park.

The Athletic reports that a deal worth £50million plus £10million in add-ons has now been agreed, which could include evidence being sent to the Premier League to help Everton’s situation.

It won’t be easy for Everton fans to say goodbye to Richardson, but playing in the Champions League is something Brazil can’t refuse.

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