While it was believed that he had left to re-enter, Eduardo Camavinga would have finally decided not to continue with Rennes.
Stade Rennais and the French championship risk seeing one of their main nuggets slip away during the next transfer window. Eduardo Camavinga would have made the decision to go elsewhere at only 18 years old when he had initially given priority to extra time. The information comes from the British site The Athletic.
Rennes is forced to sell it
Camavinga’s contract with the SRFC does not expire until 2022. However, if there is no new contract initialed, the Breton club will be obliged to sell it this summer, under penalty of seeing it spin for free next year.
A few days ago, the Spanish press reported a new interest from FC Barcelona towards the young French international. The Blaugrana would therefore be in competition with their rivals Real Madrid to secure the signing of the native of Angola. A rumor of an approach of Bayern for the Rennes prodigy had also circulated, but it would have nothing concrete according to the attestations made by his clan.
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