Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga has had ‘A LOT of offers from top clubs’, says his agent Jonathan Barnett… amid links to Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and PSG
- France international Eduardo Camavinga looks set to be in-demand this summer
- The 18-year-old is interesting clubs such as Bayern Munich, PSG and Real Madrid
- His agent, Jonathan Barnett, indeed admitted that ‘top clubs’ are looking at him
- Camavinga said recently he is trying to keep his feet on the ground at Rennes
Eduardo Camavinga has received ‘a lot of offers from top clubs’ according to his agent Jonathan Barnett.
The Rennes star, who is also a France international at the age of just 18, is a standout European talent and is being tracked by the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and PSG.
Following reports PSG sporting director Leonardo ‘viewed the 18-year-old as the future of the midfield’, well-known super-agent Barnett admitted that Camavinga is a man in-demand given his sky-high potential.
Eduardo Camavinga has received ‘a lot of offers from top clubs’ according to Jonathan Barnett
PSG chief Leonardo is said to have opened talks with Rennes over a move for Camavinga
‘Believe me we have a lot of offers for this year, a lot of offers, and good ones,’ Barnett told SNTV, as reported by Goal.
‘I mean top, top clubs. We don’t want to rush. There is the right time to move on and playing games is the most important thing at his age.
‘Playing in a good club is nice for him. It might be this year, or he wants to have another year. He has got to talk to his family, his father. We will all sit down and decide. We will talk to Rennes as well and decide. There is no rush for him.
‘He’s probably the best young player in the world. He has just turned 18. He has already been a French international. He’s an unbelievable talent. He could play in any team in the world. He is still going to be a great talent at 19. It’s not that old you know, 19.’
Camavinga became his country’s youngest scorer for 106 years after netting against Ukraine
Speaking to Telefoot recently, Camavinga tried to keep his feet on the ground amid the frenzy that surrounds his future.
‘It makes you feel flattered and it’s nice that teams like Real Madrid or Bayern are interested in your situation,’ he said.
‘I’m not going to lie, but I have not yet thought it over with my family.’