Eduardo Camavinga is one of the most courted players of recent seasons. Undisputed holder at Stade Rennais, the midfielder is notably announced on the shelves of PSG and Real Madrid. And his future could take a completely different path during the summer transfer window that is looming.
What future for Eduardo Camavinga?
For months now, the leaders of Stade Rennais have been stepping up their offensives to sign a new lease to Eduardo Camavinga, which exploded last season in Ligue 1, and which Didier Deschamps summoned for the first time to the Blues on November 11, 2019. Despite a less good 2020-2021 season, the Rennes midfielder has no shortage of courtiers.
According to information from Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, Paris Saint-Germain would be one of the big European clubs ready to break the bank to afford the 18-year-old during the next recruitment window. Under contract until June 30, 2022, Bruno Genesio’s protégé could land in a more upscale formation next season. A trend confirmed by a British media.
Eduardo Camavinga said no to Rennes
Indeed, according to the very last revelations of the media The Athletic, after postponing an extension until 2025, Eduardo Camavinga is heading straight for a start this summer. Still according to the same source, the native of Miconje, in Angola, has even already informed his management of his desire to look elsewhere at the end of the current season. An opening that Paris SG and Leonardo will be able to exploit to convince Camavinga to follow Kylian Mbappé’s path in 2017: to come and confirm his talent in the flagship club of the French championship before embarking on an adventure abroad.
However, the case would still be very far from being said for PSG since Real Madrid and Manchester United, who are still on the lookout, soon intend to launch the offensive to try to recover it.
Paris SG is therefore warned.