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Manchester United, Real Madrid and PSG most likely clubs to sign Eduardo Camavinga

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Manchester United face a battle with PSG and Real Madrid to sign 18-year-old France and Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga. 

The Old Trafford club are among the top sides interested in the midfielder who is expected to leave Rennes after this season. 

According to Marca, United, Real and PSG are the three heavyweight teams ‘likely’ to add Camavinga to their squads and the fee will be ‘at least £62m’.

Eduardo Camavinga is one of Rennes' most important players despite being only 18-years-old

Eduardo Camavinga is one of Rennes’ most important players despite being only 18-years-old

The Frenchman has already scored his first international goal for Les Bleus in October

The Frenchman has already scored his first international goal for Les Bleus in October

The starlet is the third youngest player to ever play for France and has already netted his first international goal for Les Bleus. 

Back in October AS reported that United had ‘set in place a mechanism’ to sign Camavinga but there have also been strong overtures from Real who have been in contact with the youngsters representatives. 

Since bursting onto the scene and establishing himself as a top prospect for club and country, the midfielder has led a more reserved life and is not publicly entertaining leaving Rennes. 

Camavinga would cost suitors at least £62million according to reports in Spain

Camavinga would cost suitors at least £62million according to reports in Spain 

He said: ‘I see, I hear things. It is nice to hear everything that is said but those things are not going to distract me. 

‘I know how to differentiate things. I’m at Rennes and the other clubs is not a topic for now. We will see later.

‘Now I go out a lot less, I hide a little more. Life outside of sports has changed and the rivals in the field They also see me differently than a year and a half ago. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are among the front-runners for Camavinga's signature

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are among the front-runners for Camavinga’s signature 

‘You don’t have to look so much at what is around you and you have to concentrate on what is essential. 

‘I have two years left on my contract and there is time to talk about all this. There will be negotiations to renew, this is my training club and I would like to stay here’, he added. 

Despite Real’s advances to Camavinga’s entourage, uncertainty over finances caused by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic mean there is plenty of uncertainty and pressure for the teenager to perform in the months ahead. 

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