Manchester United football club are said to be proceeding in their bid to sign their €30m target who might bring a crucial impact to their squad, next season.
The Uniteds are starting to show a lot of interest and hardwork in adding players this summer transfer window.
Eduardo Camavinga is a French professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Ligue 1 club Rennes and the France national team.
Eduardo Camavinga [Photo|Curtsey]
The top transfer journalist, Fabrizio Romano has claimed that, the Red Devil's talks with Camavinga is heating up very fast and that the Red Devils are progressing in direct contacts to sign the Rennes star.
Fabrizio has added that Rennes are open to negotiate on potential €30m fee for the young Frenchman since they aren't willing to lose him for free next summer, after his contract expiry.
The Old Trafford have already agreed to sign their first transfer target, Jadon Sancho for a reported fee of £72.9m, while Madrid star, Raphael Varane has also reach an agreement with the club that would see him join them on a five-year deal.
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