Spanish giants Real Madrid have today forked over another 2.5 million to their counterparts at Palmeiras.

This comes owing to the latest goal netted by youngster Endrick.

Frontman Endrick, of course, is primed to take his talents to Spain’s capital this summer, when his long-awaited stint back on loan at Palmeiras from Real Madrid expires.

The Brazilian starlet will link up with a star-studded crop of attackers in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad, expected to be added to yet further by the imminent arrival of Kylian Mbappé.

Until then, though, Endrick will remain in his home country, to continue his development as a key member of the aforementioned Palmeiras’ ranks.

Fresh off his efforts on the international stage with Brazil’s U23s over recent weeks, the 17-year-old has since returned to base in São Paulo, lining out for Palmeiras on a pair of occasions.

And, in his latest, against Corinthians on Sunday, Endrick was on target, en route to an eventual 2-2 stalemate.

As much marked the young attacker’s 15th goal at club level since originally putting pen to paper on terms with Real Madrid back in 2022.

And it also means that Los Blancos will now be forced to pay up once more.

As per a report from Globo, in the deal struck between the clubs for Endrick, it was agreed that the board at the Santiago Bernabéu would fork over €2.5 million to Palmeiras for every five goals netted by their future hitman.

This came to ensure that the Brazilian giants continued in their efforts to develop Endrick’s talents to the best of their abilities.

Florentino Pérez and co, as a result, are understood to be more than happy to reach into their pockets once more

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