Arsenal is currently in a bidding war with Real Madrid and Manchester United for Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga. Despite close relations with Real Madrid and Manchester United last summer, the 18-year-old stayed at Roazhon Park for the 2020-21 season. Read more Arsenal News here.
Camavinga, who became the youngest player to represent France in 106 years in September’s victory over Croatia, is thought to have piqued the attention of both sides.
Arsenal could now be in the mix to sign the 18-year-old at the end of the season, according to Spanish outlet Marca.
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Rennes, according to the survey, would be more willing to cash in on Camavinga this year than they were a year ago for financial reasons.
Les Rennais have struggled for success in Ligue 1 this season. They seem to be on the verge of missing out on European competition in 2021-22. They are pushing them to sell players to collect funds.
Arsenal News | Eduardo Camavinga Reaction On Real & Bayern Interest:
Eduardo Camavinga of Rennes has said that while it is “sweet” to be linked with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, the Frenchman is currently focused on his form. The 18-year-old is highly considered as one of Europe’s brightest young talents. And is thought to be a top priority for Real Madrid, with Bayern Munich also expressing an interest recently.
Camavinga has welcomed the transfer speculation ahead of the summer window. But has maintained that he must concentrate on his results for Rennes, where he has “had an average season.”
“It’s cool when major clubs are interested in you. But now is not the time to dwell on that. I’m not going to fib, this has been an average season for me. There have been several low points, and I have not completed what I wanted to do. Aside from that, I need to benefit from it in order to bounce back. toe rational. I’m well aware that I’m not a decent matchmaker. I’m well aware that I have a long list of stuff to work on. And I’m not going to hide behind my age; these things happen,” Camavinga told TF1.
Manchester United is thought to be a fan of the three-time France international.