Real Madrid finalizes path for Brazilian rising star Endrick, Palmeiras’ loan ambitions quashed

A talented Brazilian teenager, who recently scored for Brazil's senior team against England and Spain, is set to join Real Madrid upon turning 18 in July.

Endrick To Real Madrid
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The highly skilled teenager, who scored his first senior international goals for Brazil against England and Spain during the March international break, is set to join La Liga leaders Real Madrid upon turning 18 in July.

With established talents like Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior already at Santiago Bernabeu, and talks underway for a potential acquisition of World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe, concerns have arisen regarding Endrick’s playing time in the 2024-25 season and the possibility of him benefiting from a loan spell elsewhere.

Speculation has arisen about a return to Palmeiras, but transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has clarified Real Madrid’s intentions for their latest South American prodigy, stating, “Real Madrid never considered an option to loan Endrick to Palmeiras or elsewhere until December, not even sending him to Castilla team. Endrick will play for Real Madrid first team from day 1 in July, as agreed when he signed for the club in December 2022.”

Real Madrid is acquiring Endrick in a deal potentially valued at €60 million (£51m/$65m), with the club renowned for its ‘Galacticos’ recruitment approach aiming to have discovered another global superstar who will thrive while wearing their colors.


Endrick Felipe Moreira de Sousa

Forwarder, Midfielder


Age: 18

173 cm


Season 2024
Played 1 1 Missed
Minutes 3 3.0 Avg
Goals 0 0.0 Avg
Assist 0 0.0 Avg
Attempt 0 0.0 Avg
Passes 3 3.0100.0% AvgSucc
Yellow 0 0.0 Avg
Red 0 0.0 Avg

This season he played in total 30 times for 1559 minutes for Supercopa do Brasil.

Endrick scored 11 goals for Palmeiras. He procured no assists. He received 4 yellow cards and no red cards.

His team is currently 1st in Supercopa do Brasil. In the last match Palmeiras lost 0-0 against São Paulo.

Palmeiras performance and stats


Manager: Abel Moreira Ferreira
Rank 11th
Win 1
Draw 1
Loss 1
Goals 1-1
Diff 0
Top 3 Scorers
This season

Real Madrid performance and stats

Real Madrid

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti
Rank 1st
Win 25
Draw 6
Loss 1
Goals 70-22
Diff 48
Rank 1st
Win 6
Draw 0
Loss 0
Goals 16-7
Diff 9

Real Madrid is currently 1st in the La Liga with 75 points.

In the last 30 games, it has won 23 times, drawn 6 times, and lost once. In its last match, Real Madrid won 2-0 against Athletic Club.​​

It has a positive goal difference after scoring 66 goals and conceding 20.​