Endrick Felipe Moreira de Sousa, all of 15, is currently delighting Brazilian soccer fans.

According to BOLAVIP, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Real Madrid have their eyes set on the teenager.

The striker was trending last week after he scored an overhead kick from the edge of the area in Palmeiras’ match against Oeste, reported Daily Star

Endrick's impressive goalscoring record of 167 strikes in 170 matches for Palmeiras’ youth sides prompted almost every big European side to send scouts to watch him while playing. Recently, he also made his mark at the Copinha in Sao Paulo, which is considered as one of the most prestigious tournaments for Under-20 players. The teenager won awards for most valuable player and goal of the tournament.

Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have also been keeping a close eye on his development, according to Sky Sports It basically means that Endrick has all of Europe watching his every move.

The Sun reported that Endrick will be offered a professional contract when he turns 16 on July 21. But he cannot leave Brazil for an international club until he turns 18. He is allowed to sign a pre-contract agreement when he turns 16 though.

He may be young, but he is reportedly valued at up to 33.5 million pounds ($4,49,85,475).

His father, Douglas Sousa, told the Fair Play channel that Endrick is a "big fan of Cristiano Ronaldo." According to Douglas, his son even says, "Dad, I want to be like Cristiano." The father said that Endrick read some articles and knows that the Portuguese footballer doesn't have a tattoo as he donates blood. He added, "In the same way that Cristiano is driven by challenges, so is Endrick."

Endrick likes to train, to improve himself every day, so he "has a main mirror in this athlete," said his father. He added, "Once they put three players: Cristiano, Neymar and Messi, he chose Cristiano.”

Douglas also revealed that Endrick is not in a rush to secure his big move. He said that his son has a dream which is to "make history at Palmeiras." His son only thinks about leaving Palmeiras "after winning titles and building a history within the club," Douglas shared.

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