9 players you wont believe Endrick has already won more trophies than

Endrick has blown all of our minds over the last 12 months and as his move to Real Madrid edges closer, he continues to unlock frightening new levels to his game at just 17.

He’s just clinched a second Brazilian Championship title with Palmeiras while also being awarded the 2024 Campeonato Paulista Player of the Year award, which means he’ll arrive at Madrid having already won a rather astonishing five trophies in his career.

It’s a rather insane accomplishment for an even more insane talent, who we are convinced is a time-travelling immortal. What’s even more outrageous is the following list of ballers he already has a more full trophy cabinet than.

Harry Kane

You knew it was coming. Admit it. Sorry, Harry.

No matter how many goals he’s capable of scoring – seemingly anywhere he goes – Kane genuinely cannot buy a trophy. His move to Bayern Munich looked to finally promise him at least a Bundesliga title, only for Bayern to not win it for the first time since 2012 in his first season at the club.

Antonio Di Natale

A proper Serie A legend, it’s insane to think that Di Natale was such an influential figure and consistent scorer, without ever really getting near a trophy.

Di Natale finished top scorer in Italy’s top flight on three separate occasions, was named the league’s Footballer of the Year in 2010 and finished as top scorer in the Coppa Italia in 2014-15, but the closest he ever got to any kind of silverware was finishing runner-up at Euro 2012 with Italy.


Matt Le Tissier

It can only be down to the woke, communist liberal PC brigade as to why Endrick already has more trophies at 17 than Le Tissier managed during his career.

Oh, and possibly the World Economic Forum. This is what they want us to talk about… Matthew Le Tissier, former Southampton FC football player photographed in London, England, United Kingdom.

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Son Heung-min

Similarly to Kane and Di Natale, consistently lethal finishing and world-class performances haven’t run in parallel with Son’s trophy hunting.

Despite sweeping up individual honours for fun, winning the Premier League Golden Boot in 2021-22 and being one of Asia’s greatest ever players, Son has failed so far to land a major honour at senior level, finishing as a runner-up in the League Cup, Champions League and the Asian Cup with South Korea.

Francesco Totti

Totti didn’t endure a trophyless career like many on this list, but having won just four major honours as a senior professional (we’re not counting the Italian Supercup) he makes the cut, with 17-year-old Endrick already on five.

However, given that Totti managed a Serie A and two Coppa Italia as a one-club-man with Roma and won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, we don’t exactly think he’ll be losing sleep over it like some of the others.


Jermain Defoe

One of England’s greatest modern strikers, Defoe made 496 Premier League appearances during a fantastic career and scored 162 goals, all without ever really being given a proper chance at one of the league’s big sides.

A lethal finisher with absurd longevity, he retired in 2022 with only a League Cup and a Scottish Premiership title in his collection, ignoring the individual honours. Quite mental to think, really. Underrated.

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Rafael Leao

Proving instrumental in Milan’s 2021-22 Scudetto win put Leao on the map as one of the most lethal wingers in European football, but also saw him win the first and only major honour of his career so far.

At just 24 years old, we don’t doubt that the Portuguese superstar will be adding to that cabinet soon enough, but for now it’s pretty mental to think that he’s already well behind Endrick, especially considering how highly rated he’s been over the last few years.

Marcus Rashford

26-year-old Rashford is stuck on four trophies at the time of writing (ignoring the Community Shield) which rather astoundingly leaves him behind Endrick already.

When it gets put like that, it’s rather scary and puts into perspective how long ago it now was since Rashford burst onto the scene in the Europa League under Louis van Gaal.

He’s heading into his peak years, though, and needs to knuckle down. Endrick heading to Madrid means one thing and one thing only – more trophies.

Rashford celebrates scoring in the Europa League.

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Marco Reus

Finishing up with perhaps one of the unluckiest footballers of modern times, Reus has spent years lighting up the pitch but has seen bad timing with injuries and inconsistencies completely derail his legacy.

He joined Borussia Dortmund in 2012-13 after they won back-to-back Bundesliga titles, only for Bayern Munich to hold the league hostage from that point onwards. He came agonisingly close to finally winning the Bundesliga in 2022-23, but an almighty bottling from Dortmund on the final day saw that dream die.

At age 34, he’s been one of Germany’s greatest talents of recent times, but only has two DFB-Pokal and a Regionalliga Nord to show for it.