Tottenham could attack Prem’s rivals for three players, including a £50m mascot

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Everton’s trio of Richarlison, Anthony Gordon and Ben Godfrey have become potential summer targets for Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur, it has been reported. The Telegraph.

With Everton’s sudden form needing another win or two to climb out of the relegation zone, Frank Lampard really couldn’t have looked for more responsible opponents.

Merseysiders travel to Watford on Wednesday night. Yes, for Watford. He had withdrawn with a groan only four days before. The one who has lost an outstanding 23 of his last 28 Premier League games.

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If Antonio Conte finds time in his busy schedule, in preparation for tomorrow’s colossal North London derby against Arsenal, he may be tempted to get involved as Roy Hodgson’s side look to undermine Everton’s wings.

Because, according to The Telegraph, Spurs are shadowing Richarlison, Gordon and Godfrey, with the potential hope that Everton’s first relegation since the 1950s will lead to a summer exodus on the blue side of Stanley Park.

Tottenham want Richarlison, Gordon and Godfrey for Everton

Without Brazilian international Richardson and hometown hero Godfrey, survival in the top league could be little more than a dream for Everton with three games remaining.

Both players have shown colossal performance in recent weeks, with Richarlison equalizing at the last minute against Leicester with a victory against Chelsea.

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Meanwhile, Gordon is probably Everton’s most consistent player this season. A rare ray of light breaking through the darkness. Quite a feat considering his age and relative inexperience.

The England U21 ace, according to one insider, gave Trent Alexander-Arnold a bypass during the Merseyside derby in April.

However, it was not so easy for Godfrey to receive praise. Only one player (Tim Krul) made several mistakes that directly led to the opponent’s goals in this period. But don’t forget that the versatile Godfrey, who can play anywhere during the quarter-finals, was named Everton’s Young Player of the Year just 12 months ago.

Tottenham’s interest in Richardson and Gordon will raise additional questions about the future of Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura under Conte.

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