Every summer transfer window comes with it's different suprise,and after Chelsea dominated the headlines for making most transfers in 2020 summer, premier League side Manchester United have take on the steering this 2021, where the club is getting linked with a whole number of players including Rafael Varane, Eduardo Camavinga, Kieran Trippier,Jack Grealish, Dominic calvert-lewin, Declan Rice,Pau Torres and Saul Niguez.Despite BBC reporter Simon Stone, echoing that, West Ham United have made it known they don't wish to sell 22-years-old England International Declan Rice. There is a break through in the other deal for Eduardo Camavinga,who have finally been given a greenlight to go ahead and negotiate with Manchester United on a possible move.
Just like how RMC Sport highlighted last week that there will be a negotiation, Sports specialist Fabrizio have come out to affirm that, Manchester United have indeed started the progress of direct contacts to sign Eduardo Camavinga,for a reported €30 million fee.
Camavinga have been a top priority for other top Elite Clubs including Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and PSG, but league 1 side Rennes have realised a slow down in those speculations, and they fear losing the 18-year-old for free when his contract expires next year, that's why they have decided to lower his transfer fee From €100m to €30 million to make the deal go faster.
This deal seems interesting and it may end sooner than that of Real Madrid's Rafael Varane.
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