Richarlison, a forward for Tottenham Hotspur who has been struggling recently, has stated that he will seek psychological therapy upon his return to England. This comes after he wept after being taken out of action during Brazil’s 5-1 hammering of Bolivia on Friday.
After 71 minutes of play in the 2026 World Cup qualifying match in Belem, the Brazilian player, who is 26 years old, was hauled out of the game and caught crying on the bench.
The striker, who has only scored four goals in 40 games for his Premier League side, told the Brazilian newspaper O Globo that he had been through a “turbulent time off the pitch” over the last five months, but that the storm has passed. The striker has only scored four goals in 40 games for his Premier League side.
“Now everything is back to normal at home. People who were only interested in taking advantage of me financially have abandoned me, he explained. “Now that everything has come to a head, things will begin to flow, and I’m confident that I’ll have a terrific run at Tottenham and make things happen once more.
“I’m going to return to England, and in order to work on my mind, I’m going to get psychiatric therapy from a psychologist. That’s it, we’re going to make a stronger comeback.”
The newly appointed Ange Postecoglou is leading Tottenham to a second place finish in the Premier League.
Richarlison moved to Watford from Everton last year in a deal that was reportedly for 60 million pounds ($74.95 million) with add-ons. The Australian player predicted that Richarlison will find the back of the net regularly despite his troubles in front of goal.