Real Madrid to Pay Extra Millions for Endrick’s Goals with Palmeiras and National Team Call-up

The Cost of Endrick’s Goals for Real Madrid

The Spanish club, Real Madrid, will have to pay a hefty price for the goals scored by their young talent, Endrick. They will need to subscribe to a new bonus of 2.5 million euros for his impressive performances with Palmeiras and an additional 1.25 million euros for his call-up to the Brazilian national team, as revealed by ESPN. Real Madrid had already paid 35 million euros for the 17-year-old striker and a maximum of 25 million euros in bonuses, making the total cost reach 6.25 million euros.

Endrick’s Impact with Palmeiras

Endrick has been making waves with Palmeiras, scoring three goals in his last two matches. His exceptional performances have caught the attention of Real Madrid, who have secured his signing for the year 2024. However, his journey to the Brazilian national team, which he aspires to join, is still ongoing. In a recent match against Botafogo, Endrick’s brace led Palmeiras to a 3-0 victory, while they suffered a 3-4 defeat in another match. Despite the mixed results, Endrick’s talent shines through, as evidenced by Palmeiras’ win against Athletico Paranaense (1-0).

The Financial Implications of Endrick’s Goals

With his recent goals, Endrick has now reached a total of 11 goals. According to his contract, for every five goals he scores, Real Madrid must pay Palmeiras 2.5 million euros. Endrick achieved his first five goals in June, and with his goal against Botafogo, he has now reached double digits. As a result, Palmeiras will receive an additional five million euros from Real Madrid for the goals scored by the talented striker.

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Endrick’s Journey to Success

Since making his professional debut, Endrick has played 54 games for Palmeiras, including 14 games in the current season. He has scored eight goals in the Brasileirão, one in the Copa Libertadores, and two in the Paulistão. In his youth career, Endrick impressed with 161 goals in 188 matches. Looking ahead, the young Brazilian has his sights set on winning the Brazilian Championship in 2022 and the Super Cup of Brazil.

International Recognition for Endrick

Fernando Diniz, the Brazilian national team coach, has called up Endrick for the upcoming matches in the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup. These matches will take place in Colombia and Argentina. Endrick has previously represented Brazil at the U-17 level, scoring five goals in four appearances. He was also selected for the U-20 World Cup this year, although his club did not allow him to participate.

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  1. Real Madrid’s decision to pay extra millions for Endrick’s goals with Palmeiras and his national team call-up is a strategic move that highlights their ambition to secure top talent and invest in players who consistently perform at the highest level. It’s a clear statement of intent as they strive to maintain their status as one of the world’s biggest football clubs.

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