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Real Madrid will not sell 21-year-old starlet, plan to loan him out after renewing



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Over the past few weeks, there have been a lot of speculations surrounding the future of several Real Madrid prospects, whose cycle in the Castilla team is nearing an end.

Carlos Dotor has already departed the club while Sergio Arribas is attracting serious interest as well. Another young player who was tipped to leave Real Madrid was Rafa Marin.

The 21-year-old centre-back, who is in the final year of his contract with Los Blancos, has been attracting interest from several clubs in Spain and outside. Real Betis and Villarreal were among the teams keen on securing his services.

There had been talk of Real Madrid offloading Marin with a buyback clause inserted or only selling 50% of his rights, like they have done with Dotor.

However, according to a report from AS, Real Madrid have closed the doors on the possibility of selling Marin this summer.

The Spanish capital giants have tremendous faith in the youngster and his potential. As such, they have decided against selling the Spanish prospect in the current transfer window.

Instead, the plan now is for Real Madrid to renew his contract and loan him out for the upcoming season before bringing him back into the roster in 2024 as the fourth centre-back.

New captain Nacho Fernandez will be out of contract next year, which would open up a spot in the centre-back department ahead of 2024/25. And, Los Blancos want Marin to fill that void after gaining experience by spending the next season away on loan.

Real Madrid and Marin’e entourage are now working to identify the best club for him to join on loan where he can play regularly and accumulate first-team experience before returning to the club.

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Real Madrid very happy with future star Endrick, eagerly awaiting his arrival in 2024 – Romano



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Real Madrid’s attacking unit has been crippled by the loss of Karim Benzema earlier in the summer, which was followed by the loss of Vinicius Jr due to injury.

Although Vinicius has returned, there is much left to be desired from the Madrid frontline as we progress through to the season.

Real Madrid, though, are waiting on the arrival of Endrick. The young Brazilian is set to join the Real Madrid squad in the summer of 2024 when he turns 18.

Real Madrid impressed by Endrick

Endrick has already started his preparation for his pending move to Santiago Bernabeu, having performed exceptionally well in his native Brazil this year.

The youngster is constantly working on his game, in order to further improve himself as an attacker. It has left Real Madrid quite happy and eager for his arrival, reports Fabrizio Romano.

The journalist claims that Real Madrid have been keeping close tabs on everything Endrick has been doing, on and off the pitch, at Palmeiras.

And they have received very good reports on the 17-year-old, with the club impressed by how he is putting efforts to improve himself both performance-wise and in other facets.

Despite there being some question marks over his performances, the teenage forward is starting to showcase his potential, having scored five goals in five starts for Palmeiras.

Real Madrid happy with Endrick. (Photo by Ricardo Moreira/Getty Images)

Endrick also learning new languages

Endrick is not only just working on his performance. In fact, the Brazilian is also learning other languages in order to quickly settle into life in Spain.

The youngster can speak Portuguese, but he may have to master Spanish during his time at Santiago Bernabeu.

As mentioned earlier, Endrick can already speak Portuguese, which should go a long way in helping him team up with fellow Brazilians Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo.

Even Eder Militao can speak Portuguese, which should make it easier for Endrick to adapt to life in Spain, at least for the next year or so.

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