Endrick is being talked about once again after scoring a brilliant brace for Brazilian club Palmeiras against Botafogo.
The 17-year-old, however, can not join Real Madrid until next season, when he will link up with compatriots Rodrygo, Éder Militão and Vinícius, who all followed the same path from Brazil to Europe.
Real Madrid officials believe that the €60m invested in the talented forward in January is beginning to bear fruit.
A forward line with Rodrygo and Vinícius
Los Blancos are confident that he can follow in the footsteps of fellow forwards Rodrygo and Vinícius and become a household name at the new Santiago Bernabéu.
He will officially join the Spanish giants in July, when he turns 18.
“I am a hard-working, persistent player. I always want more,” he said in an interview with The Athletic.
“I’m focused on scoring goals, I always want to score more goals. The key for me is wanting more, always wanting the unattainable; there’s never a point where I don’t want more.”
Kieran Quaile | GSFN