There’s no doubt that with sporting advisor Luis Campos at the helm of Paris Saint-Germain, the club chief will pursue young talents that he believes will flourish into elite players.
One of the young talents coming out of Brazil that has caught the attention of several European giants is Palmeiras’ Endrick Felipe. The 15-year-old is on the verge of playing first-team football, and although he’s under contract until 2025, the wonderkid has suitors lining up for him.
Brazilian media outlet Torcedores reports that Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, and FC Barcelona are among the clubs wanting to snatch up the player once he turns 16 and perhaps leave him in Brazil for a season or two before bringing him over to Europe.
The report states that with PSG adopting a new method of putting the sporting project first and replacing Leonardo with Campos, the Portuguese executive has also entered the race to land the player.
Campos seeks to give a new face to the Paris team and, behind the scenes of the club, there are studies for future investment by securing the jewel of the Verdão. This year, Endrick scored 21 goals in 19 matches and won three titles at the youth level.