Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still considering to have a beast of Midfield by reportedly being ready to land one of the promising young talents in the world.
According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Man United are closing in on a deal that will bring the France Midfielder Eduardo Camavinga to premier league.
The 18 years old midfielder is being viewed as a perfect replacement of Paul Pogba who's future at Old Trafford is uncertain with Real Madrid and Juventus already making inquiries about him.
The Red Devils are planning to hold talks with the players agent to facilitate the move as fast as possible considering that big spenders like PSG are also interested.
Rennes would be open to negotiate on potential €30m fee – as they’d lose Camavinga for free next summer and therefore, this a good opportunity for Manchester United to land their long term target.
Meanwhile, the arrival of Camavinga and Raphael Verane will create a strong bond of French internationals between Paul Pogba and Antony Martial and we can't wait to see that happening.
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