20 Jul Rennes ‘open’ to deal for Manchester United goal Eduardo Camavinga
Rennes president Nicolas Holveck has stated the membership are “open” to discussing a deal to dump Manchester United goal Eduardo Camavinga this summer season.
Sources have advised Football4cast that United monitoring the 18-year-old’s state of affairs at Rennes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can be eager so as to add a midfielder to his squad.
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Camavinga has one 12 months left on his Rennes contract and the membership president stated they’re prepared to let the midfielder depart for the fitting value.
“One of many priorities is to cut back the squad,” Holveck advised French radio station RMC. “We nonetheless have eight or 9 gamers who want to go away. There additionally stays the state of affairs with Eduardo.
“Discussions are nonetheless ongoing, all the pieces is open, both for a departure throughout this transfer window — if a proposal satisfies everybody — or to increase [Camavinga’s deal]
“He will not depart for affordable, we have had quite a lot of discussions however nothing is full a technique or one other.”
Sources have additionally advised Football4cast that United count on competitors from Paris Saint-Germain and Actual Madrid for Camavinga’s signature this summer season.
United are focusing on high priorities to make sure they keep inside their price range for the summer season transfer window.
The Premier League membership have already dedicated to £72.9 million on a deal for Jadon Sancho and are urgent forward with a transfer to signal Madrid’s defender Raphael Varane.