Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Brazilian 15-year-old Endrick.
The youngster's name went global earlier this week after he scored a scintillating goal for Palmeiras' youth side.
The teenager is being tipped to emulate some of Brazil's best talents and become a global superstar after breaking out recently.
And like many of his fellow compatriots, he is being linked with a move to Europe to reach the top level.
Yahoo journalist Jorge Nicola has claimed that United have been in contact with Endrick's representatives, the same agent as Vinicius Jr., while they made their interest clear to Palmeiras.
And Sport Bible now report that Liverpool, along with Real Madrid, Manchester City and Barcelona are also now keeping tabs on the striker.
A clip emerged this weekend showing the youngster, who was born in 2006, intercepting a wayward pass before immediately turning 180 degrees and skinning a defender.
He then pushes the ball beyond a second opponent before effortlessly chipping the rushing goalkeeper.
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It was Endrick's third goal in this year's Copinha (São Paulo Junior Cup), a tournament which features players aged up to 21-year-old.
Endrick has been making such an impact in Palmeiras' youth setup that he's competed in three different age groups this year alone – U15, U17 and U20.
He is said to have scored 165 goals in 169 matches at youth level, but is yet to sign a professional contract at Palmeiras.
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