“I am selling ice cream to help my family”
Surprisingly it became the most expensive footballer in the history of Everton who paid the Watford 56 million euros for-born striker 1997 and he had only scored 5 goals in the Premier. We speak as of Richarlison. The young attacker premiered title with Brazil and scored two goals to El Salvador.
But like all Brazilian players as young triumph in Europe as the case of Gabriel Jesus, has a story behind improvement and fight against misery and poverty. This was told in an interview with sports daily AS. “Selling ice cream and candy to help my family” He told in an interview with Spanish newspaper.
“I had to live in my uncle's house because it was closer to where trained and had no money for the bus. He sold candy and ice cream on the street and worked in the field to help my parents. I could not do otherwise”, Ace said Richarlison.
For the Brazilian striker is almost a miracle not only be the most expensive signing in the history of Everton, but the fact of playing as a professional. “I do not get the fingers of both hands to count the number of clubs that have rejected me. I was about to quit football”, story, making it clear that theirs is also a story of persistence and struggle.