Chelsea recently released Billy Gilmour to join the newly promoted Norwich City, this has created a gap in the Midfield, and the blues are desperate to fill in due to it participation in more than one competition in the next campaign.
According to reports from Le Parisien, Chelsea has initiated a bold move to secure the service of Rennes Midfielder, Eduardo Camavinga. The Frenchman has an underlying contract of one years to his current deal with Rennes. The blues are set to hijack likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United and Arsenal; Tuchel has entered a direct talk to Rennes about Camavinga and that will be a booust as they will be ahead of all interested clubs.
The star was announced among the young top talents after scoring his first ever goal for France against Ukraine.
Manchester United are the close runners for the youngster's signature this summer. Should Chelsea secure the deal it will be huge blow to the reds who have always been keen on the star's move.
However, Manchester reds have been linked to Declan Rice hence Chelsea are privileged to face Arsenal who are a distant away as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is slowly losing interest.
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