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Real Madrid’s president, Florentino Pérez, has voiced his enthusiasm regarding the imminent arrival of Brazilian prodigy Endrick at the club.

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Endrick, who has attracted interest from several top European teams, has sealed a move to Real Madrid, reinforcing the club’s reputation for nurturing elite young talents.

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In recent friendly matches against England and Spain, the 17-year-old showcased his talent by scoring two goals, underlining his potential on the international stage.

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After a 3-3 draw with Spain, in which Endrick found the net, Pérez, accompanied by teammates Vinicius Jr. and Rodrygo, visited the young forward in the dressing room. During the encounter, Pérez expressed his eagerness for Endrick’s future with the club, conveying, “We’re eagerly awaiting your arrival here.”

Meanwhile, Real Madrid winger Vinicius Junior was overcome with emotion during a pre-match press conference, which largely focused on questions about racism.

Currently with the Brazil national team for the FIFA international break in March, Vinicius played a key role in setting up Endrick’s first goal for Brazil against England at Wembley Stadium on March 23, contributing to Brazil’s victory.

Ahead of Brazil’s friendly against Spain at the Santiago Bernabéu on Tuesday, March 26, Vinicius represented his country at the pre-match press conference. However, the press conference was dominated by inquiries about the racial abuse Vinicius has faced at Real Madrid.

Over the past season, the 23-year-old winger has been subjected to racial abuse, particularly from fans of opposing clubs in Spain. Several sanctions have been imposed on fans and clubs in response to these incidents of racial abuse targeted at the Brazilian international.

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