Real Madrid are undoubtedly the most powerful club in world football, and they have demonstrated this power in the transfer market once again by signing Endrick for an astonishing amount of money. It is well known that Los Blancos love to take advantage of any opportunity to snap up a top young talent from around the globe. Judging by their recent activity and reported interest, it appears that Real are now setting their sights on a certain Liverpool teen sensation. It will be interesting to see whether this potential signing comes to fruition or not, but one thing is for sure – if there was ever a legendary side for an up-and-coming youth star to join, it would be Real Madrid!
Real Madrid fans must have been on cloud nine seeing their team win 5-2 at Anfield, a ground notoriously difficult to visit. The icing on the cake was undoubtedly seeing Stefan Bajcetic, Liverpool’s 18-year-old midfield genius, making a mark in the game despite his tender age. His rise this season has been nothing short of extraordinary and it is clear that he possesses immense potential and quality. Even renowned giants like Barcelona and Real Madrid have taken note of his abilities, with reports claiming both teams have identified him as one of their top transfer targets for summer 2021.
Yan Bajcetic has been on quite the journey since joining Liverpool ahead of the start of the season. After struggling to make his way into a starting role for the club early in the campaign, he is now making waves and getting more attention from giants in European football. As proof, we only need to look at his stats from Transfermarkt this season: 22 appearances, one goal and one assist. There’s no doubt that given his talents he could have done more had he started earlier in the season but he’s still made good progress and earned himself strong interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona. His skillset and ability to adapt quickly strongly suggest that if he continues developing, he may just become one of the most important midfielders in world football in seasons to come.