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Eduardo Camavinga has joined PSG's wish list. According to 'RMC Sport', the Parisian club is studying the transfer of the Rennes talent, one of the most desired players by Real Madrid. The market in France is open from Monday 8th June, so they could even get ahead.
'RMC Sport' shared a report which said that Real Madrid have accelerated negotiations with Rennes over Camavinga and they have apparently offered between 60 and 70 million euros for the young midfielder.
Nicolas Holveck spoke on 'RTL' and ruled out the exit of Rennes' big starlet to Los Blancos.
Nicolas Holveck, president of Rennes, publicly alluded to the Eduardo Camavinga's future and closed the door to Real Madrid. "Our intention is for him to continue to make progress on this project," he said.
Eduardo Camavinga, a French talent for Rennes, is not doing anything other than gain suitors. As well as Real Madrid's well known interest, Manchester United have apparently been following him for a long time, according to the English press.
And what is Haaland's lesson? Sign a young footballer before other clubs get their first. Borussia Dortmund decided to sign him before anyone else and now many top European clubs are worried Dortmund will repeat their success with Camavinga.
Eduardo Camavinga's future goes beyond his role at Rennes. His possible departure has dominated the headlines and is becoming more serious as the days go by. Moreover, the ghosts of Ousmane Dembélé's departure to Dortmund have popped up.
According to 'The Times', UEFA are considering reducing the number of qualifying rounds prior to the group stage. The 2020-21 competition could well be a shorter tournament.
Real Madrid are clear they want Eduardo Camavinga, the Rennes player. 'Marca' says that Real Madrid believe that, if it had not been for the health crisis, the young talent who has caught everyone's eye in Ligue 1, would now be a Real player.
Eduardo Camavinga broke his silence that has accompanied him in the last few months. The 17-year-old midfielder was aksed on 'Ouest-France' about Real Madrid's desire to sign him and he dodged the issue: "Madrid"? That they're interested is good, but I'm fine at Rennes".
Long one of the great underachievers in French football, Rennes are now looking forward to the Champions League thanks to the sterling work of young coach Julien Stephan, but the coronavirus crisis could make it harder to compete at Europe's top table.