Real Madrid does not change its plans with Endrick

The merengues will welcome Endrick with open arms in July, and the possibility of leaving him on loan at Palmeiras until December would be ruled out
Josué Seixas
2024-02-22 15:19:00


Everything seems to indicate that this summer, Real Madrid will finally secure the long-awaited arrival of Kylian Mbappé, the French forward from PSG who, after years of drama, controversies, and rejections, has reportedly made the decision to leave his homeland to take on the challenge of leading the Merengue team in the attacking sector.

This galactic signing would coincide with the expected arrival of the Brazilian gem from Palmeiras, Endrick Felipe, who will join Real Madrid once he reaches the age of majority on July 21 of this year. There were rumors circulating that Real Madrid might change its plans with Endrick due to Mbappé’s signing.


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Endrick will not extend his stay at Palmeiras

There was speculation at one point that Endrick could extend his stay at Palmeiras for an additional six months, signing a loan deal until December 2024 with Verdão.

However, as reported by journalist Fabrizio Romano and various Spanish media outlets, Real Madrid reportedly has no intention of altering its plans regarding Endrick’s future.

According to Romano, Real Madrid will not change Endrick’s arrival date despite Mbappé’s imminent signing, and the club’s intention is to welcome the Brazilian gem with open arms in July of this year to start his adaptation to European football.

The possibility of staying at Palmeiras until December would be completely ruled out, and this is something that the Brazilian club would be well aware of, as there was never any formal loan proposal from Verdão.

Thus, Real Madrid is already preparing for the next season with an attack that will be full of stars and talent. The only potential “headache” for the Merengue team would be finding a system to field this offensive powerhouse.