PSG and Real Madrid will go head-to-head for the signing of Palmeiras wonderkid Endrick.
Despite being just 16 years old, Endrick has already impressed for his club side and has attracted interest from the biggest teams across Europe.
According to Marca, PSG and Real Madrid are the frontrunners to get the teenager's signature but neither team can sign him until he turns 18.
Endrick made his professional debut for Palmeiras at the start of October and recently managed to score his first goals for the side.
In a victory against Athletico Paranaense, the teenager scored the equaliser and the go-ahead goal for his team as they came back to win 3-1 away from home.
These goals ensured that the wonderkid became the youngest ever goalscorer in Palmeiras history - scoring at just 16 years, three months and four days old.
The goals would have encouraged clubs from around Europe to take a closer look at the player and become more serious about their interest.
Per Marca, PSG are looking to get in early and have already 'made a £17m bid' for the talented forward.
However, Real Madrid are taking their time with the signing and are looking to impress the players' entourage.
Marca have said that despite the club not formally bidding for Endrick, Real Madrid have sent scouts to Brazil - as well as inviting his parents to the Bernabeu.
Yet, the signing of Endrick will have to wait until 2024 as rules state that he cannot move overseas until he is at least 18.
The battle for Endrick's signature will be something to look out for in upcoming transfer windows as teams battle it out to attract the youngster.