Palmeiras prodigy Endrick sends a message to Erling Haaland, Manchester City striker, on Wednesday night after the 16-year-old scored his first senior goal.
From when he was 15 years old, the young Brazilian has been generating attention throughout the world due to the several clubs vying for his services. He scored his first-team Palmeiras debut just this month at the age of 16 years, 2 months, and 16 days. On Tuesday, he scored and added a helper in a 3-1 Brasileirao victory over Athletico Paranaense.
Endrick’s diving header resembled some certain Haaland, who has continued to light up the world since joining Manchester City in the summer.
The player then revealed it was a wink to Haaland by sharing an online profile and including a mention of the City striker.
Well after the game, he said, “It’s insufficient for me. I do not believe I am yet good. I need to work on improving and I need to train. To get better, I must put in more effort. I want to motivate employees to have trust in me and faith in me.”
“Thank God, my efforts beyond the Palmeiras and at family have resulted in this goal. The admirers informed me that it wasn’t even appropriate for a baby to be asleep at that time; I’m still educated. God is looking over and safeguarding me while I work constantly, and now it’s time to move on.”
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Real Madrid has been monitoring Endrick’s development intently for months in an effort to repeat their record in bringing in young Brazilians in the wake of Midfielder Junior and Rodrygo.
The youngster has indeed made up his mind to join Real, according to 90min, but FIFA rules will protect him from doing so until he turns 18 in 2024. Vinicius experienced a similar situation when he signed for Los Blancos at age 16 but did not in fact move to Spain until he was 18 two years later. Despite Manchester City, Man United, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Porto, and Benfica all engaged in South America’s most promising young player, Endrick inevitably had to choose between Real and Barcelona.
Endrick continues to make history with their first senior goal; Real is again in attendance
Brazilian starlet Endrick continues to make history as he celebrated his first senior goal for Palmeiras, netting in front of suitors Real Madrid.
The 16-year-old began his career against Cortiba at the beginning of the month, and Real Madrid was once more honored when he scored his first goal.
Endrick, who entered the game at Athletico Paranaense at halftime, helped the team win 3-1 by setting up one and then heading in his first goal.
He is the topic of Brazilian football and was previously the youngest player to play for Palmeiras. He is also their youngest goalscorer.
“My family is my motivation, my teacher, and my protector. I attribute my first goals in the Palmeiras main team to them. In an effort to return the kindness shown to me by the folks of Palmeiras and all Brazilians who appreciate me, “Afterwards, Endrick made a statement.
“I intend to keep achieving my goals and making my aspirations into reality. Sincere appreciation for your kindness!”
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Endrick will be able to transfer to Europe in 2024, according to people close to Real, and they consider a deal with Palmeiras to bring him to Madrid is almost complete.
Endrick visited the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, and Chelsea, Manchester City, Barcelona, and Paris Saint-Germain are all highly interested in signing him.
One South American insider told 90min that though it is nearly universally acknowledged that Endrick is headed to Madrid, other organizations have not yet given it up on him and would still vie for his services.