Endrick is one of the most promising talents in world football and has already agreed to join Real Madrid in 2024. Here are some of the latest details about his rollercoaster season:
He scored nine goals in 35 league games for Palmeiras, helping them to finish second in the table and qualify for the Copa Libertadores. He also scored five goals in four games for Brazil U16, breaking the record for the most goals scored by a player in a single South American U-16 Championship.
Endrick was involved in a club vs country row when Palmeiras refused to release him for the FIFA U-17 World Cup, claiming that he was injured. However, he later admitted that he was fit and wanted to play for Brazil, but Palmeiras threatened to sue him if he did.
He broke down in tears on the touchline after Palmeiras lost the Copa do Brasil final to Flamengo on penalties. He missed his spot-kick in the shootout and was consoled by his teammates and opponents.
He received a standing ovation from the Palmeiras fans in his last home game before joining Real Madrid. He said he was grateful for their support and would always have Palmeiras in his heart. He is playing for Palmeiras and has played 16 matches for the club, scoring four goals. It is quite amazing that he is just a 17-year-old boy who has already played around 30+ top-level matches under him.
Real Madrid is struggling to find their striker as Karim Benzema left the club in the summer, and they did not sign up Kylian Mbappe. However, in recent events, Real Madrid has also been looking for Julian Alverez, a Manchester City player who plays as the second striker for them, but their main target will be Mbappe, who also wants to be in Real Madrid for a long time.
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