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Liverpool lose out to Real Madrid in the race to land sensational South American teenager



Real Madrid have completed the signing of Liverpool target Endrick

According to Fabrizio Romano (h/t Liverpool Echo), Real Madrid have confirmed the signing of teen sensation Endrick from Palmeiras, who was previously linked with Liverpool.

Endrick is being hyped as the next big talent to come out of Brazil and is touted to have huge potential which could probably justify the urgency with which Madrid has handled the deal.

Liverpool were also linked with the wonderkid, who has already made his first team debut at such a young age and looks destined for great things.

Targeting players like Endrick is part of the club’s change of transfer which has seen an innate pattern of investing in youth with huge potential and subsequently developing them at the club.

With the noise coming out of Brazil for Endrick, it was imperative that many top clubs, Liverpool being one of them, would try to add the youngster to their squad.

Madrid have won the race for the Brazil teenager but this should not stop us from targeting talented young players who can, in future, lead the line for Liverpool.

Real Madrid have completed the signing of Liverpool target Endrick.
Harvey Elliott is making a name for himself at Liverpool.

Harvey Elliot, Fabio Carvalho, Sepp van den Berg and Calvin Ramsey are just some of the names which have been added to the squad to achieve such a purpose.

Elliot and Carvalho especially played a big part in the first half of the season for us and were very able deputies during a time which saw us lose out many key players due to injuries.

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Their performances were such that one could probably argue that they have a good shout to be important players for the second half of the season.

It is pretty crucial that the youngsters get their due and deserved chances for them to grow to the same level and it can be argued that Elliot and Carvalho could very well be forming a big part of the club’s attack in the coming years.