Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur long-term target Richarlison who has been rumoured with a January exit from Watford seems to have snubbed interest from Premier League heavyweights in order to remain at Vicarage Road.
The 20-year-old Brazilian midfielder has moved to Vicarage Road during the summer transfer window from Fluminense for a fee of that is believed to be valued at £11million.
The Brazilian attacking midfielder has impressed since making the jump to Premier League and big clubs are circling over his signature after an impressive start.
Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Chelsea are all believed to be keeping tabs on Richarlison, who is now valued at closer to £40m. (€45.4m)
However,, according to Brazilian news outlet UOL Esporte, the 20-year-old attacker has decided his future and is not planning on leaving the Hornets in the nearby future.
The former Fluminense mans is intent to at least see out the 2017/18 campaign at Vicarage Road before potentially assessing his options after the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Arsenal and Chelsea agreed deadline day move for France international forward Olivier Giroud.
Reports from Britain suggest that the London duo have agreed on a £18m deal for former Montpelier man.