Endrick’s father has confirmed Real Madrid’s interest in the 16-year-old Brazilian sensation, who currently plays professional football for Brazilian club Palmeiras.
Endrick’s father, Douglas Felipe Ramos, will travel to Madrid at the end of November to inspect the Real Madrid facilities and speak with Real Madrid representatives about a possible move for his son to Europe’s biggest and most successful club.
Endrick Felipe’s family and representatives want assurances about the project and the player’s future before agreeing to a deal with Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are not the only top European club interested in the teen sensation. Other top European clubs, including PSG, Barcelona, and Chelsea, are said to be interested in signing the rising Brazilian star.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter, according to reports, has instructed the club to look for a deal with Endrick before he is picked up by another top club. According to media reports, Chelsea representatives have already spoken with the Endrick family to express their interest in signing the 16-year-old in a early agreement.
Endrick’s track record for the youth team has elevated him to the top of many European scouts’ lists. With 165 goals in 169 games for his youth team and three goals in seven professional appearances for Palmeiras, Endrick has piqued the interest of scouts from top European clubs.
Endrick has only played in seven games for Palmeiras since his debut in October, but his promise and talent are on display for all to see as he continues to impress football fans all over the world with his football skills and abilities.
“We will travel to Madrid at the end of this month (November). After that conversation, Real Madrid will wait for an answer from us if they should make an offer to Palmeiras.” Douglas Felipe told Brazilain outlet UOL Esporte.
Endrick and his entourage are believed to be enticed by a move to Real Madrid, owing to the rise and presence of Brazilian youngsters Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo at the club.
Vini Jr and Rodrygo joined Real Madrid at the ages of 16 and 17, respectively. Both of these Brazilian teenagers have since established themselves as key players in Real Madrid’s setup, as well as being called up for the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022.