Richarlison became Marco Silva's first signing at Everton when he joined the Blues from Watford in July 2018.
The transfer saw the pair reunited after Silva brought the attacker to England 12 months previously when Hornets boss.
Richarlison went on to enjoy a stellar maiden campaign at Everton, as he hit 13 Premier League goals to finish as the Club's joint top scorer alongside playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson.
He saw his efforts recognised as he won the Club's Young Player of the Season award.
Richarlison made his Everton bow against newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers, scoring twice to help the Toffees to a 2-2 draw at Molineux.
He continued to shine in a Blue shirt and won his first senior Brazil call-up in September. The explosive forward netted twice on his full debut for the five-times world champions as they beat El Salvador 5-0 in Washington DC and he has remained a regular in boss Tite's squads.
Richarlison launched his professional career with America Mineiro as an 18-year-old in 2015 and hit the ground running.
The forward scored 10 minutes after coming off the bench on his first appearance for the Belo Horizonte side and, operating primarily as a central striker, hit another eight goals to help his team win promotion into Brazil’s top-flight.
He was signed by four-times national champions Fluminense in December 2015 and on his league debut away to former team America Mineiro created the only goal of the game for former Brazil striker Fred.
Richarlison’s speed, skill and physicality ensured he quickly became one of Fluminese’s most influential figures and led manager Abel Braga to describe him as “a complete player”.
He has been capped 10 times by his country’s Under-20 team and scored on his international debut against England at St George’s Park in September 2016. The player was one of the stars of the following year’s South American Under-20 Championship, finding the net twice in the tournament in Ecuador to further swell his burgeoning reputation.
Richarlison was raised in the Brazilian municipality of Nova Venecia and left his homeland for Silva's Watford after scoring 19 goals in 67 matches for Fluminense.
The attacker swiftly acclimatised to Premier League football, scoring on his full debut for the Hornets in a 2-0 victory at Bournemouth and winning rave reviews for a sequence of assertive and vibrant performances.
His excellent form for Everton has seen him become a regular for Brazil and he was named in the Selecao's squad for their home Copa America in 2019.