Chelsea to compete with other clubs to sign for Brazilian wonderkid

Antonio Nusa

Chelsea was one of the clubs who were interested in signing Brazilian wonderkid Endrick. Endrick is said to be one of the most sought-after young talents in football. Therefore obviously have had the interest of some elite European clubs. The player eventually agreed to join Real Madrid with them paying the release clause for him. The youngster had also visited London to hold talks with Chelsea. But later on decided to join the La Liga club. However Chelsea did sign another youngster in the January window. They signed Andrey Santos from Vasco da Gama as a future for the London club. The 18-year-old is currently playing in U20 South American Championship in Colombia. Furthermore, the player have captained his country in four games and have scored six goals in those outings. However, now the Blues are also interested in another young player.

Chelsea have their eyes set on another young player

Chelsea are prepared to sign another Brazilian wonderkid in the summer. Athletico Paranaense striker Vitor Roque is said to have caught the eyes of the Blues. The 17-year-old have reportedly gained interest from all over Europe. According to news outlets, several elite clubs are interested in signing the player. Manchester United and PSG were linked with Vitor Roque last month. But his contract’s huge release clause have put them off. The player have also gained interest from Barcelona. While the player wants to move to Barcelona, the Catalan club’s financial difficulties could be a problem here. Chelsea have signed David Datro in the January transfer window. The manager have resisted sending him out on a loan. The player have already made his debut for the Blues last weekend. Therefore Vitor Roque’s signing will only be good for the club.

Chelsea are expected to battle it out with the likes of Barcelona and Manchester United. The Brazilin have gained interest from all the elite clubs in Europe. Therefore it will be interesting to see how things turn out for the player.

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