Kvaratskhelia has shone against some of the top teams in Europe this season and indicated that he would have no problem adjusting to life in the Premier League if that is the next step in his career. Emile also feels that his client’s Georgian nationality led to clubs snubbing him as he is not from a ‘footballing’ country.
Of course, Richarlison has performed well for Spurs since his arrival from Everton and the Brazil international is finally the cover for striker Harry Kane that Spurs fans have called for. Though his significant price tag would certainly indicate that funds could have been better spent given the news of the chance to sign Kvaratskhelia for a third of that.
Bryan Gil and Lucas Moura are now being looked to provide depth on the flanks by Antonio Conte, with Richarlison also capable of playing on the wing. Though whether they will reach the level that Kvaratskhelia is showing remains to be seen, especially as the 21-year-old is likely to improve and develop.