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Barcelona and Real Madrid set to battle for FIFA U-17 World Cup star

Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to face off each other in the El Clasico in December, but could possibly run into another war when the transfer window opens in January. The Spanish powerhouses have reportedly set their sight on Brazil U-17 star Lincoln.

Lincoln is dejected after Brazil lost to eventual champions England in the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup

The star of FIFA U-17 World Cup

Lincoln though could not guide Brazil to the title in India, surely made his mark at the early stages of the tournament. Brazil succumbed to eventual winners England in the semi-final of the tournament. The Flamengo starlet scored thrice in the competition. Following his performance at the World Cup, he has been promoted to the first team at Flamengo. Marca has reported that both of Barcelona and Real Madrid are interested in signing the young prodigy.

https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/918850184427208705

Opportunity to showcase his talent

Flamengo first choice striker Paolo Guerrero faces a 30-day suspension after having tested positive in a doping test taken after Peru’s clash with Argentina. Coach Reinaldo Rueda feels this is an ideal opportunity for Lincoln to prove his worth at the top level. But Lincoln is set to be challenged by Lucas Paqueta and Felipe Vizeu, the other two Brazilian prospects who play at Flamengo in the domestic circuit.

https://twitter.com/MirrorFootball/status/928208401561157632

Nothing less than £30 million

The Brazilian side knows the inflation of European transfer market and is set to demand anything around the above-mentioned amount. A prospect of Brazil 2000’s, Lincoln is set to draw a huge fee. Real Madrid paid a hefty fee for another Brazil star of the 2000 generation Vincuis Junior, and Flamengo is set to ask for something big rather than letting the player leave for nothing to the European powerhouses.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to face off each other in the El Clasico in December, but could possibly run into another war when the transfer window opens in January. The Spanish powerhouses have reportedly set their sight on Brazil U-17 star Lincoln.

Lincoln is dejected after Brazil lost to eventual champions England in the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup

The star of FIFA U-17 World Cup

Lincoln though could not guide Brazil to the title in India, surely made his mark at the early stages of the tournament. Brazil succumbed to eventual winners England in the semi-final of the tournament. The Flamengo starlet scored thrice in the competition. Following his performance at the World Cup, he has been promoted to the first team at Flamengo. Marca has reported that both of Barcelona and Real Madrid are interested in signing the young prodigy.

https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/918850184427208705

Opportunity to showcase his talent

Flamengo first choice striker Paolo Guerrero faces a 30-day suspension after having tested positive in a doping test taken after Peru’s clash with Argentina. Coach Reinaldo Rueda feels this is an ideal opportunity for Lincoln to prove his worth at the top level. But Lincoln is set to be challenged by Lucas Paqueta and Felipe Vizeu, the other two Brazilian prospects who play at Flamengo in the domestic circuit.

https://twitter.com/MirrorFootball/status/928208401561157632

Nothing less than £30 million

The Brazilian side knows the inflation of European transfer market and is set to demand anything around the above-mentioned amount. A prospect of Brazil 2000’s, Lincoln is set to draw a huge fee. Real Madrid paid a hefty fee for another Brazil star of the 2000 generation Vincuis Junior, and Flamengo is set to ask for something big rather than letting the player leave for nothing to the European powerhouses.

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Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to face off each other in the El Clasico in December, but could possibly run into another war when the transfer window opens in January. The Spanish powerhouses have reportedly set their sight on Brazil U-17 star Lincoln.

Lincoln is dejected after Brazil lost to eventual champions England in the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup

The star of FIFA U-17 World Cup

Lincoln though could not guide Brazil to the title in India, surely made his mark at the early stages of the tournament. Brazil succumbed to eventual winners England in the semi-final of the tournament. The Flamengo starlet scored thrice in the competition. Following his performance at the World Cup, he has been promoted to the first team at Flamengo. Marca has reported that both of Barcelona and Real Madrid are interested in signing the young prodigy.

https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/918850184427208705

Opportunity to showcase his talent

Flamengo first choice striker Paolo Guerrero faces a 30-day suspension after having tested positive in a doping test taken after Peru’s clash with Argentina. Coach Reinaldo Rueda feels this is an ideal opportunity for Lincoln to prove his worth at the top level. But Lincoln is set to be challenged by Lucas Paqueta and Felipe Vizeu, the other two Brazilian prospects who play at Flamengo in the domestic circuit.

https://twitter.com/MirrorFootball/status/928208401561157632

Nothing less than £30 million

The Brazilian side knows the inflation of European transfer market and is set to demand anything around the above-mentioned amount. A prospect of Brazil 2000’s, Lincoln is set to draw a huge fee. Real Madrid paid a hefty fee for another Brazil star of the 2000 generation Vincuis Junior, and Flamengo is set to ask for something big rather than letting the player leave for nothing to the European powerhouses.

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