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Manchester United targeting summer move for Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga

Manchester United weigh up move for Eduardo Camavinga once Jadon Sancho’s £77m switch is completed with Rennes wonderkid also tracked by PSG, Real Madrid and Arsenal

  • Man United are weighing up an approach for Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga
  • United will make an approach once Jadon Sancho’s £77m has gone through
  • They will then turn attentions to adding a central midfielder and centre back
  • Camavinga is regarded as one of the best up and coming midfielders in Europe
  • The 18-year-old midfielder has been tracked by PSG, Real Madrid and Arsenal 

Manchester United are weighing up an approach for Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga once they wrap up Jadon Sancho’s transfer from Borussia Dortmund this week.

Sancho’s deal is expected to be completed for £77million in the coming days as United and Dortmund iron out the finer details of a fee structure. United will then turn attentions to adding a central midfielder and centre back.

Camavinga is regarded as one of the best up and coming midfielders in Europe. 

Manchester United are weighing up an approach for Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga

Though only 18, he has already been capped three times by France, scoring on his first start against Ukraine, and has been tracked by Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Arsenal.

United missed out on a deal for Borussia Dortmund and England player Jude Bellingham last year and see Camavinga as a more than able alternative.

United’s Paul Pogba referred to Camavinga as ‘a little dancer’ when he welcomed him into the France squad and the teenager only has one year left on his contract.

The 18-year-old midfielder has been tracked by Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Arsenal

The 18-year-old midfielder has been tracked by Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Arsenal

United have been alerted to the fact Rennes are willing to cash in now rather than risk him becoming a free agent.

Angola-born Camavinga made his debut for Rennes at 16 and has had a stadium named after him near Fougeres, where he grew up, in Brittany.

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