Rennes and French midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has recently been on the transfer headlines. This is after premier league top club, Manchester United were reported to be closely following on the player. Camavinga has emerged as one of the best upcoming talents in Europe.
His ability to recover balls and push balls to the opponents half is one of his key aspects. Manchester United's manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen the player as an important addition to his midfield. Reports indicate that the Ligue 1 club are open to selling the midfielder.
Many are wondering why Rennes want to part ways with the talented midfielder. The truth behind this is the player's contract situation. It is understood that the player has his contract with the French club running out next summer. Amid interests from various top clubs across Europe the player is unlikely to sign a contract extension.
Rennes has this summer as their only chance to cash in on the midfielder or risk losing him for free next summer. The player's valuation is reported to be around thirty million Euros. The main reason Rennes want to sell the midfielder is because they do not want to lose him for free next summer transfer window.
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