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While Kylian Mbappé will be the center of attention once he joins Real Madrid, Endrick will also be a notable arrival for The whites this summer.

Touted as the next big thing in South American football, Endrick will join on the back of unprecedented success with Palmeiras and a few international appearances to his name.

Despite this, it has been suggested that Real Madrid could consider the possibility of loaning him out, especially given Madrid’s congested attack next season.

Endrick wants to stay in the first team

However, as Diario AS reports, Endrick has firmly set his sights on a first-team spot since arriving at the Bernabéu.

Despite his young age, Endrick possesses a maturity and experience that suggests a different path than previous signings like Vinicius Jr. and Rodrygo.

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While Vinicius and Rodrygo arrived with only a handful of senior appearances under their belt, Endrick boasts a much more impressive resume.

Two Brazilian league titles with Palmeiras, along with appearances for the senior team, solidify his credentials.

Therefore, Endrick wants to have an immediate impact at Real Madrid. He is unfazed by the possible arrival of Kylian Mbappé and wants to fight for a place in the first team.

With this in mind, Endrick will not consider any loan deal this summer nor will he begin his Real Madrid journey playing with their RM Castilla.

Its representatives recognize a possible caveat to this approach. Six months after his arrival, coinciding with the January transfer market, Endrick’s situation will be re-evaluated.

If he finds himself constantly sidelined, a loan could be considered to ensure he maintains regular playing time.

However, the emphasis is clear: prioritize Endrick’s development and a loan will only be considered as a last resort.