It’s absolutely impossible for any European side to sign Endrick from Palmeiras. He’s a player that Barcelona, Real Madrid and Premier League clubs are watching, but they can’t have him. Not today, not tomorrow, nor in the next six months.
The 15 year old sensation has a youth contract, which ends on July 21, his birthday. The Pele Law, approved in Brazilian parliament in 1998, determines that he can then sign his first professional contract, at 16 years old. It can last a maximum of three years.
Endrick, his father and his camp, have already said actively and passively that they will sign on again with Palmeiras because they are grateful to the club for everything they have done for the striker, who has been compared to Romario and Ronaldo.
Brazilian law protects young players from signing for clubs abroad. He can only move to another Brazilian side before July.
Logic indicated he will stay at Palmeiras until he is 17, when he will come to Europe, in the summer of 2023.