Manchester United Football Club were linked with a move for Eduardo Camavinga last November, though over the last five months, those rumours have gone quiet.
However, those rumours have resurfaced today, with the story coming from RMC, translated via The Metro. Apparently, United have shown an interest in the talented midfielder, with the Reds ‘monitoring’ his situation – though they’ll face stiff competition.
Juventus and FC Barcelona are both keeping tabs, though it’s Real Madrid who are leading the chase to sign the Angolan-born-Frenchman – who is making waves for Rennes this term.
Camavinga has helped Rennes to a third-place spot in Ligue 1 right now, with his club understandably to keep ahold of the 17-year-old who they’ve developed brilliantly.
When a handful of big clubs come calling, it’s always tough to say no – particularly with the astronomical amount of money that’s involved in football these days.
In terms of fit, Camavinga is definitely good enough to play for practically any team in the world, though it’ll take a few years for him to reach his peak.
United could help Camavinga continue his development with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer showing a real willingness to improve up-and-comers rather than buying the already-made superstar.
Camavinga will have a real tough choice to make, though, particularly if all the interested parties make official bids…