European heavyweights and Premier League’s best compete for €60 million. Wonderkid of Brazil

Some of the top teams in Europe, including Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Chelsea, will compete to sign Brazilian wonderkid Endrick for €60 million (£50.7 million).

Brazilian striker Endrick, 16, who plays for Palmeiras, is being pursued by Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Paris-Saint-Germain.

Given that Endrick’s contract contains a €60 million (£50.7 million) release clause, a Premier League powerhouse club might be eager to pounce on the opportunity to sign him and keep him out of France or Spain.

The left-footed forward, who joined Palmeiras’ development squad at the age of 11, has been compared to Ronaldo and Romario and has been dubbed the future of Brazilian football.

In the 2022 Copa Sao Paulo de Futebol Junior, a cup competition between Brazilian U20 club teams, Endrick, who views Cristiano Ronaldo as his hero, attracted the attention of clubs in Europe with his seven goals in seven games.

In addition to scoring five goals in four games for Brazil U16s, who won the Montaigu Tournament in 2022, he was chosen as the tournament’s Player of the Tournament after helping Palmeiras U20s win the championship.

All of the elite European teams are keeping an eye on Endrick, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

Really everyone, including PSG and Real Madrid and Barcelona, who have very effective scouting operations in South America.

Since Endrick is regarded as one of the top players of the future, everyone at the top ten European clubs has looked into his position.

The new release clause in his contract is worth €60 million, but choosing his new club will take many months. The player’s agents and his father Douglas want to select the best project because it is a lengthy procedure.

To support his family, Endrick made the decision to seek a career as a football player. Palmeiras offered his father, who was unemployed, a position as a cleaner.

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