Palmeiras and Andric, 15, hit the hammer and on Monday (23) closed the striker’s first professional contract formed by the club. The agreement will be in effect for three years, which is the maximum allowed by law for the first professional relationship.
The UOL Esporte Sources linked to the player and Alverdi have discovered that the contractual fine is progressive and should be around €60m (316m Rls in current transfer) in his final year.
However, before July 21, nothing will be officially or officially recorded. On this date the player will turn 16 and, under Brazilian labor law, he will be able to establish a professional working relationship with the club.
Indrik is from Brasilia. Born in 2006, the player arrived in Palmeiras in 2017 to play for the U11 team. Before Verdau, Andreik tried his luck in Santos and Sao Paulo. Both did not respond to a request from their father, Douglas Ramos, who wanted some financial help to move with his son from the federal capital to São Paulo.
At Palmeiras he got a job to work in cleaning and the player stayed at the club. Today, Indrik has giants like real madrid Barcelona is in their wake. But the boy’s family, very grateful to Verdau, does not give up that the player wears the Palmeiras shirt as a professional before any transfer.
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