Richarlison, the Brazilian and Tottenham forward, plans to seek psychological assistance upon his return from international duty due to a challenging period in his personal life. The 26-year-old has been struggling to find the net for his national team since the Qatar World Cup, and he has only scored one Premier League goal in 31 appearances for Spurs, which came in April.
Richarlison indicated that he has faced off-field issues that have impacted his performance but is now committed to addressing them. He revealed to Brazilian newspaper O Globo, ‘I have experienced a tumultuous period in my personal life over the past five months. However, things have stabilized on the home front now. Those who were solely interested in my financial assets are no longer part of my inner circle. I believe that with this newfound stability, things will start to improve, and I am confident that I will enjoy a successful spell at Tottenham and rediscover my form.’
Richarlison, the Tottenham striker, is set to seek psychological support following an emotional reaction to his substitution during the Brazil national team’s recent match. The 26-year-old had not scored for his country since the Qatar World Cup and his solitary Premier League goal in 31 appearances for Spurs was back in April.Richarlison has indicated that he faced personal challenges off the field that have adversely affected his performance but is now determined to address these issues.
Speaking to Brazilian newspaper O Globo, he shared, ‘Over the past five months, I have endured a turbulent period in my personal life. However, things have become more stable in my personal life now, and those who were solely interested in my financial situation are no longer part of my inner circle. I believe that with this newfound stability, things will start to improve, and I am confident that I will have a successful stint at Tottenham and regain my form.’
Upon his return to England, Richarlison plans to seek the assistance of a psychologist to fortify his mental strength, emphasizing the importance of returning even stronger.
In other news, Tottenham is gearing up to face Sheffield United on Saturday, and two players who have been out of favor, Hugo Lloris and Eric Dier, have been included in the club’s 25-man squad for the first half of the season. Neither Lloris nor Dier have featured in new manager Ange Postecoglou’s squads for the first five games of the season, including the Carabao Cup. Despite speculation surrounding Lloris’s departure this summer, he remains at the club, while Dier has been linked with various clubs both domestically and internationally. Postecoglou had previously stated that Dier remained part of the team, but he has yet to select him in the squad.”