London, December 28: Manchester United may be eyeing Everton forward Richarlison, but Carlo Ancelotti has other ideas.
Brazil international Richarlison, 22, is reportedly among numerous attackers being targeted by United.
However, the arrival of Ancelotti at Goodison Park could mean Richarlison is going nowhere.
TOP STORY – ANCELOTTI TO BLOCK MAN UTD'S RICHARLISON BID
Ancelotti will block any Manchester United bid for Richarlison, according to The Sun.
The report says Everton would even reject a £70million bid for the forward, who signed a five-year deal earlier this month.
Richarlison has scored six Premier League goals this season, having netted 13 in 2018-19.
Carlo Ancelotti will block Richarlison exit as Man Utd eye £70m transfer bid for Everton striker https://t.co/0Llbr0Y68D— The Sun Football (@TheSunFootball) December 27, 2019
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