Chelsea and Tottenham have been warned off making a move for Watford winger, Richarlison.
The Brazilian youngster has had an instant impact at Vicarage Road, scoring five goals since his £11.5 million move from Fluminense.
His form has reportedly attracted the attentions of some of the Premier League’s biggest clubs, with suggestions that Chelsea and Tottenham are interested in the 20-year-old.
However, according to Watford Chief Executive Scott Duxbury, the Hornets will not entertain any offers.
Duxbury told the London Evening Standard:
“We want Richarlison to be here for many more seasons.
“We are building a very competitive squad, we have no need to sell.
“We believe in the season being a race and that’s why we will never sell a player in January who we believe will help us.
“Nobody will be sold that we don’t want to. None of the players making an impact now will go.”