Erling Haaland has enjoyed a prolific start to his Manchester City career after arriving at the Etihad in the summer. He has managed 22 goals and three assists from 16 matches in all competitions.

The striker’s fine form for the English club has resulted in reports linking him with a move to Real Madrid in 2024, when his reported release clause will come into effect.

Earlier this month, AS stated the Champions League winners believe it is ‘feasible’ for them to take the Norway international away from Manchester City in 2024.

Meanwhile, Palmeiras star Endrick is on the front page of today’s Marca. Within the report, they discuss Los Blancos’ interest in the 16-year-old.

Marca have another report stating that the Brazilian is ‘incompatible with Haaland’. His presence at the Bernabéu would possibly block Endrick’s arrival at Real.

Enrick and Pep Guardiola’s man operate up front. The former, his family and his agent have a clear starting point; ‘They will not sign for a club that has Haaland on their payroll’.

Haaland will be 24 years of age in two years’ time and have a long career ahead of him. This could hinder Endrick from enjoying regular game time, if both end up at Real Madrid.

Marca further add: ‘That was a starting point of any compromise. They consider that once the striker is in Europe what he needs is to finish training, adapt to football in the old continent and that can only come with minutes and confidence. The idea leaves no room for doubt. Both the family and the agents (TFM company) take maximum care of the still young footballer.’

Guardiola has insisted Haaland doesn’t have a clause in his Manchester City contract, while reports have stated otherwise.

Even without a clause, the report explains it would take around €200m in fees for Real Madrid to take him away from the Premier League winners in 2024.