The young Brazilian Endrick seems to be the future nugget of world football. At 16, he is already expressing his talent in Palmeiras and Europe is making eyes at him. Now, it remains to pay his clause of 60 million euros to obtain it. PSG are not scared unlike other clubs.
The future is already being prepared now for the big European clubs. While Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland only take over from Messi and Ronaldo, a little Brazilian could quickly make them old-fashioned in the eyes of these teams. At 16, Endrick is a busy young man. He has already started his career with Palmeiras, becoming then the youngest goalscorer in the history of the Brazilian championship. His dribbling and his efficiency in front of goal have not finished making the big teams of the old continent dream, including the two greats of Spain Real and Barça but also PSG.
PSG discuss with Palmeiras for Endrick
Thus, the Spanish press recently mentioned a possible transfer of Endrick to Real Madrid. Information since denied by the player’s father, who indicated that he preferred to wait before deciding on the future of his son. This time, he came out of his reserve to set the trend for an arrival in Europe. Despite the strong interests of European clubs, only one has really taken action: PSG. The Parisians are already in talks with Palmeiras who are demanding 60 million euros for Endrick through a release clause.
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Segun @FabrizioRomano el PSG is el único equipo que abrió negociaciones por el juvenil brasileño Endrick.
— Deportes RPC (@deportes_rpc) November 19, 2022
” The only thing we know is that so far the only club that has come to the negotiating table with Palmeiras is PSG, the talks are continuing. We are waiting to see what will happen with the other clubs, if another club will submit any proposal to Palmeiras “, he revealed on the youtube channel of journalist Jorge Nicola. Good news for the Parisian club even if nothing says that Endrick really wants to join Paris. In addition, PSG will have to wait before bringing in the young star. The latter cannot come to Europe before he turns 18, that is July 2024. In the meantime, the only thing to do is to give the money requested by his training club. Not a problem for PSG, which will want to conclude this file as quickly as possible so as not to let Neymar’s possible successor slip away within its workforce.