LaLiga News: Rumor has it that Real Madrid will strike a €70m deal for Andrik Palmeiras as PSG are out of the race

    The race to sign teen Palmeiras Endrik continues.

    In July 2024, Andrik will turn 18 and until then he cannot officially join a European club, but in the meantime, teams are fighting for a place.

    The 16-year-old has scored three goals in seven matches for Palmeiras in the 2022 Serie A season.


    RealMadrid close to €70m deal for Palmeiras teenager Endrik with agreed personal terms, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    Madrid are in the final stages with the talented left-footed Brazilian striker whose contracts are being discussed and they hope to close the deal this month.

    Romano claims that Paris Saint Germain withdrew from the race despite an offer of 58 million euros made a few days ago. Chelsea were also interested in the past.


    Paris Saint Germain followed Portugal’s last 16 hat-trick Gonzalo Ramos in the off-season, says Fabrizio Romano. The 21-year-old striker’s contract with Benfica runs until 2025, and his price is likely to rise after his last World Cup appearance.

    Manchester United dropped out of the race to sign Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund, claims Sky Sports Germany. Liverpool, Manchester as well as RealMadrid everyone is still interested, but the England international could be worth around £130m (€150m).

    – Bild claims Manchester United began negotiations with the goalkeeper of Borussia Monchengladbach Jan Sommer, whose contract expires at the end of this season, but Fijaes reveals that they have identified Atlético Madrid’s identity. Jan Oblak as their main goal.

    Tottenham loom as a possible option for the Ivorian midfielder Frank Kessy According to Sport, Barcelona want to sell him. Kessy joined the Blaugrana in July but has only made five appearances this season.

    – Nicolò Shira reports that Hansi Flickfuture as GermanyThe head coach of the Russian national team has doubts after their elimination from the group stage of the World Cup. The German Football Union may be moving in a different direction due to links with the former head of Chelsea Thomas Tuchel.

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