PSG is said to be giving Barcelona and Real Madrid a lot of trouble in the race to sign 15-year-old Brazilian star Endrick
Spanish newspaper SPORT says that Barcelona and Real Madrid aren’t the only big clubs in Europe that want to sign Endrick in the future. Paris Saint-Germain will give the two big teams in La Liga a lot of trouble if they want to sign the 15-year-old Brazilian star.
Endrick is the latest genius to come out of Brazil. The teenage prodigy is arguably the most highly rated prospect in South America right now. The young player got a lot of attention for his work at the Copinha and is now on Palmeiras’ under-20 team, even though he is only 15 years old.
The Brazilian “wonderkid” has also played for his country at different age levels, and he is almost ready to join Palmeiras’ first team. At the same time, Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in signing Endrick, a 15-year-old forward who has caught the eye of many of Europe’s top clubs.
Barcelona and Real Madrid are known for always going to South America to look for the most talented young footballers on the continent. This way of thinking has helped the two big teams in La Liga get a lot of famous players over the years. Real Madrid has a core group of South American players on their team right now.
Who will be able to sign Endrick?
Vinicius Jr. has become a symbol for Real Madrid. Rodrygo Goes, Eder Militao, and Federico Valverde are also important players in Carlo Ancelotti’s team. But PSG is a tough competitor for both Barcelona and Real Madrid in the race to sign Endrick.
The team that just won the Ligue 1 title is not known for bringing up young players to be stars on the first team. Several promising players have left PSG to find a faster way to play for the first team elsewhere. Warren Zaire-Emery is the latest star to think about leaving because Real Madrid is interested in him.
However, Endrick has shown that he could quickly become a star on the first team, so joining PSG might not be a bad idea. But Barcelona and Real Madrid have more influence in South America, and Barcelona could soon start talks to sign the 15-year-old Brazilian star.