Manchester United have already signed Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund improving their front line. However, they also need to strengthen the midfield. The player they are eyeing is Rennes Midfielder, Eduardo Camavinga. Who is Camavinga and is he going to be the perfect signing for Manchester United?
Camavinga is the third youngest player to play for France in the Euros. He is expected to be the heir for Paul Pogba or Nemanja Matic when either of them leaves Manchester United.
His deal with Rennes expires in 2022 and sources claim he is not ready to extend his contract. This implies that he could leave Rennes on a free transfer deal if he is not sold during this summer.
Camavinga plays as a defensive midfielder and is going to be a crucial addition for the Old Trafford's defensive line.
He was also ranked fifth in the Golden Boy Award 2020 list. This trophy was won by Erling Haaland with Ansu Fati finishing in the second place.
Statistics show that Camavinga has had more interceptions than Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay despite having played for fewer minutes. Do you think Manchester United should sign the 18-year-old? Comment down below.
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