The 20-year-old Fluminense striker's future has come under scrutiny in recent weeks after it emerged that a number of clubs in Europe have been keeping
an eye on him.
Richarlison's agent has indicated that his client would be open to a move to England this summer, amid interest from Manchester United.
Manchester United and AC Milan have extensively scouted the player in recent months and Ajax are reportedly preparing a bid for him soon to try and lure him to the Netherlands.
His agent, Renato Velasco, admitted interest from Italy too with Sampdoria and Inter Milan keeping close tabs on the Brazil Under-20 international.
Velasco added that Richarlison is ready to play in Europe and has discussed with his client about playing in England and the Netherlands.
He told FCInterNews.it: "Yes, there is interest from a few clubs in your country.
"Inter and Sampdoria, yes, but not the Rossoneri, at least not right now.
"The truth is that he is ready to play for any club, big or small and there is a lot of speculation around him.
"He is talking about Italy, but also England and Holland."