Chinese Super League clubs are lining up to bid for Watford forward Richarlison, according to the Watford Observer.
The Sun reported on Saturday that the the Brazilian was interesting both Chelsea and Tottenham, but it seems the 20 year old has also attracted interest from the Far East with Hornets owner Gino Pozzo having received enquiries from a number of Chinese teams.
Richarlison only signed for £11.2m from Fluminense in the summer with Watford having fought off the Blues and other high profile teams to bring the starlet to Vicarage Road.
Having only recently signed the Brazilian, the Pozzo family are said to be determined to keep the forward for the time being, and will ignore any big money bids from Premier League clubs or from abroad.
Richarlison has scored four goals and provided three assists in his first 11 league matches this season, and impressed again at the weekend by scoring in the 2-0 home win over West Ham.