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12-05-2020 | 17:18 Football

Richarlison reveals what he's doing during his time away from Everton

Everton's Richarlison has revealed what he's doing during the lockdown, and also opened up on his desire to help people who are in need, especially in these times. The 23-year-old has established himself as one of the club's most important players during his relatively short time at Goodison Park, and committed his long term future to the Toffees by signing a new deal last year. The Brazil international took time to fly back to his home country to spend time with his family, as the Premier League has been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But, despite wanting to relax with family, Richarlison has been keeping up with his training schedule in anticipation of a possible return of the campaign. In an interview with evertonfc.com, the forward said: “Since I came to England, I couldn't stay with family all the time because they live in Brazil but we met and spent the quarantine together in Rio de Janeiro. "My family is fine, everyone is safe at home and following the recommendations to avoid contagion. "I think the break from football has benefits on one hand, but on the other hand we lose the match fitness. Despite training every day, it may take a few days to fully recover when we return. "I don't like being without physical activities, so I exercise every day and do everything the club asks to keep fit during this period. “I have a nice yard at home and some equipment. When I was in Brazil it was no different. Training has been an important part of my day. Richarlison also revealed what he has done for charity during this time. “In my city lots of people need some assistance and I think it’s necessary to do something for them," he said. "Many people will lose their jobs, be without money to buy food, and I was able to at least guarantee food in their homes during this quarantine "I also donated a signed boot for a fundraising campaign at an institution in Brazil. It was a boot of the model I use but it was brand new for the person to be able to use or keep as a souvenir. "But I think that helping is much more than buying a food parcel or donating money, we need to be always concerned and really engaged.” Source- Liverpool Echo

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