Tottenham forward Richarlison has said that he will look for ‘mental assistance’ on his re-visitation of Prods as he plans to continue on from a ‘violent’ period.
The Brazillian has battled to track down the rear of the net lately for both club and country.
The last time Richarlison scored for his nation was On the planet Cup in Qatar, while he’s tracked down the net only once in 31 Chief Association appearances for Tottenham.
In the wake of passing up on a brilliant opportunity in the game against Peru, the 26-year-old was subbed off and in the long run broke into tears.
“I will return to Britain, to look for mental assistance, from a therapist, to deal with my psyche,” Richarlison told Brazilian outlet Globo.
“That is all there is to it. Return more grounded. I accept I will be in the following (Brazil) crew, I will work for that. It’s tied in with getting a decent streak at Tottenham, this week I will plunk down and converse with them, I really want a decent streak, get the beat of the game.”
Richarlison likewise conceded that he’s experienced a “violent time over the most recent five months off the field” in light of “individuals who just had an eye on my cash and left me”. However he demands “things are comfortable” and is certain of recovering his structure.