At just 18 years old, Eduordo Camavinga is a player who is destined for greatness. His impressive performance in the midfield elevates him to the ranks of Europe's current best midfielders.
Rennes may have hoped to keep him beyond 2022, but his refusal to sign a new contract may force Rennes to accept offers for their most valuable asset.
Currently, PSG and Manchester United are the two clubs most likely to sign Camavinga, and they are set to sign him for as little as £25 million, down from £42 million. Although it was previously reported that Camavinga preferred a move to PSG due to his young age, according to the most recent transfer update by top transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have the best chance of signing him this summer transfer window.
If Camavinga joins Manchester United, he will be a suitable heir for Pogba, whose future at United is uncertain as his contract expires with no sign of a new deal.
Is Camavinga the missing piece in Manchester United's midfield? In the comments section below, please share your thoughts on Camavinga's transfer move.
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