Although Paris Saint-Germain’s sporting advisor Luis Campos is expecting to build a team that can win the UEFA Champions League, the Portuguese club chief also has his eyes on the future.
A recent report from the Catalan media outlet Sport (h/t Culture PSG) reveals that Campos is attempting to land one of the top Brazilian youngsters in Palmeiras’ Endrick and that the French giants have made a bid for the teenager.
PSG reportedly has made an initial offer of 20 million euros to Palmeiras to secure the signing of the young striker, eligible to leave Brazil when he turns 18.
Nonetheless, the Brazilian club rejected the proposal, but PSG would be the first club to officially make a move to land the talented wonderkid.
Meanwhile, in Spain, Barcelona is also on the case to land the Palmeiras player, who was born in 2006 and has become one of the objectives of the culé club.
It will be interesting to see if PSG returns with another offer as it hopes to land its future star and begin looking at what’s after 2025, when the contracts for Kylian Mbappe and Neymar Jr. will be a talking point.