Manchester United started their summer transfer window in a positive note by completing a double transfer of Tom Heaton and Jadon Sancho, and they are seemed not satisfied by targeting Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga to add some qualities in their midfield.
Camavinga has been a long term target for Manchester United he is highly appreciated by the United board but according to reports from Fabrizio Romano, Rennes would be open to negotiate on €30M fee to avoid losing the star as a free agent when his contract ends on June 2022.
Paris Saint Germain are also reported to interested on the 18 year old but the midfielder is reported to be in no rush of choosing his next club and he is now fully focused with Rennes.
On the other hand, Arsenal defender, William Saliba is expected to complete his loan move to Marseille this summer as the two clubs are already in contact. However, their will be not be a buy option in the contract and the Frenchman is expected to fly to France to complete the move.
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