Richarlison wrote a farewell message to the staff at Watford following his transfer to fellow Premier League side EvertonTne Brazilian winger completed his move to Goodison Park on Tuesday after successfully passing his medical and signing a five-year deal.The transfer came about after a difficult first season in the Premier League with Watford that had seen Richarlison only manage to score five goals throughout the entire campaign.But, even so, the 21-year-old leaves Vicarage Road with some fond memories.“It has been only for one season, but I will be glad forever. I just have to thank you for the all kindness since my first day at Watford. Fans, direction, managers, teammates… everyone! Thank you for helping me to be a better player and man, and for letting me bring some joy to you all! Thank you again and again, Hornets!” he wrote on Instagram.Richarlison was signed by Everton boss Marco Silva in 2017 from Brazilian side Fluminense, while the Portuguese coach was still in charge of Watford, and he will undoubtedly be hoping that his former manager will be able to unlock that potential that he had failed to show last season.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…Richarlison scored five goals and registered four assists in his first 12 Premier League games under Silva at Watford last season.