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Real Madrid have sent an executive to negotiate Endrick’s signing, want to finalise deal soon



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It seems like Real Madrid have stepped up the ante in their pursuit of Palmeiras wonderkid Endrick Felipe. According to MARCA, Los Blancos have already sent an executive to Brazil to negotiate with the teenager’s club as they wish to finalise the deal in the next few days.

The 16-year-old has been on the radars of Real Madrid and several other top clubs across Europe for quite some time now. However, it is Los Blancos who seem to have taken a major step to clinch the deal.

While the initial plan was to wait for his signing until 2023, Real Madrid have acted quicky as PSG have been ramping up their interest in the teenage striker.

So, even though Los Blancos will have to wait for two more years to see Endrick arrive at the club, they have already sent an executive to hold talks with Palmeiras and finalise a transfer.

Endrick signed his first professional contract with the Brazilian outfit in July earlier this year when he turned 16. It is believed to contain a €60 million release clause, although the report states that Palmeiras have an agreement with the player to sell for €35-40 million.

While Real Madrid are aware that forking out such a sum for a 16-year-old would be a risky operation, they are prepared to take a gamble, having done so with Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo Goes and Reinier Jesus in the past.

The report also insists that Endrick’s family want to see him at Real Madrid, while he is also said to idolise the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Vinicius Jr, which could favour the Merengues as well.

With a club executive already in Brazil to hold talks, the next few days could be critical in how things pan out for Real Madrid in their pursuit of Endrick.

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  1. Iyke Louis

    November 3, 2022 at 10:05 pm

    I love this….. #HalaMadrid

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Real Madrid have already chosen former midfielder as their next manager – report



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Real Madrid’s recent defeat to Atletico Madrid has once again sparked rumours about Carlo Ancelotti’s future. After all, defeats are seldom tolerated well in the Spanish capital.

The administration at Valdebebas has gone as far as to identify some cardinal ‘sins’ that the manager committed during the game that led to the poor result.

Needless to say, talks of a replacement are also gaining prominence, especially with Ancelotti’s contract set to expire in 2024.

Real Madrid identity their prime target 

According to reports from Radio MARCA (h/t Madrid Xtra),  Los Blancos have passed the stage of speculation.

They have already chosen Xabi Alonso to be the new manager of the first team next summer. There is no doubt or room for other options.

The club legend has made a phenomenal start to life in top-flight management. Taking over at Bayer Leverkusen in 2022, he has helped the German side reach new heights on multiple fronts.

This season, Leverkusen already sit second on the league standings with four wins in five games. In that duration, they have scored 17 goals while conceding only six. Further, they average 1.8 points per game under his guidance.

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Multiple clubs interested in Alonso

While Alonso’s numbers so far have impressed Real Madrid, Los Blancos are not the only club vying for his signature.

Earlier this week, Fabrizio Romano relayed that multiple top European sides, in fact, are in his pursuit.

Bayern Munich and Liverpool are some of the big names like with the Merengues’ dream target.

Yet, one can remain assured that there will be more clubs joining the race as the 2023-24 campaign proceeds.

The pressure is thus on the Spanish giants to clear the uncertainty over Carlo Ancelotti’s future.

If the club do not wish to persist with him, the Brazilian national team are interested in acquiring his services next summer. A decision must be made fast, for Los Blancos cannot afford to lose the tactician to the growing competition.

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