Endrick, who has already made his debut in the Libertadores, is highly regarded in Brazil and there are many who believe he could play for Real Madrid in the future. Despite currently playing for the ‘Canarinha’ U20s, senior national team coach Ramon Menezes is familiar with Endrick abilities and believes he has what it takes to succeed.
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In an interview with ‘AS’, Menezes discussed Endrick’s move to Real Madrid and sees it as a great opportunity for the young player. “The adaptation process is a concern, but Madrid understands that. I think he made the right decision. It’s great that he’s joining a club with so many Brazilians,” he said.
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Menezes also emphasized the importance of the adaptation process and why Real Madrid is one of the best clubs in this regard. He believes that some teams bring young players into the first team too soon, which can lead to failure. Real Madrid’s approach with Vinicius and Rodrygo, on the other hand, is a model of successful adaptation. “At first, they had their difficulties, but both of them understood what it means to play for a big club. They started in the reserve team, trained with the first team, and now they are succeeding,” he explained.
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