Manchester United will launch Eduardo Kamavenga’s transfer bid within “a few days” as Solskjaer will compete with Chelsea for the prodigy
According to reports, Manchester United will formally bid for Rennes star Eduardo Kamavenga.
The 18-year-old player has only one year left on his contract. It is understood that he has no intention of extending his stay in Luo A Zong Park.
There was news last week that The Red Devils are considering luring the teenager to Old Trafford for £26 million.
Chelsea is another club Believed to have had a meeting with his agent Jonathan Barnett, And La Liga giants Real Madrid.
And his Prioritize staying in France to join Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal said Make him their number one goal.
But according to transfer master Fabrizio Romano, United It is seeking to preempt competitors from the competition by launching quotations to ensure Camavinga’s services.
Talk about Don Robbie’s YouTube channel, He said: “Manchester United, in the past five or six days, has taken the Kamawenga deal very seriously.
“They started with KamawengaThe campsite and people close to Rennes understand the price.
“They want to make a deal for about 300 or 35 million euros (26 million pounds / 30 million pounds). You say it’s crazy, but his contract expires in a year.
“He 100% will not renew his contract with Rennes. They must sell this player this summer or they will lose this player for free.”
“Manchester United has direct contact with the players and people close to Rennes, and they want to sign him this summer.
“Because they know that when they are waiting for next summer, as a free agent, it is a huge opportunity from a financial point of view, but many clubs will participate in it.
“We will see if they will make a formal bid in the next few days, but I think they will, because they are very serious about this deal.”
Before adding: “In addition, PSG is keen on Kamawenga, they are very interested in this summer or next summer. Currently they have other priorities, but PSG is also in the competition.”
Kamavenga suddenly appeared on the scene at the end of the 2018-19 season, when he was only 16 years and four months old, becoming Rennes’s youngest player in history.
Since his debut in Ligue 1, he has made 82 appearances and scored twice in all competitions.
With his outstanding form, he was called up to the French national team in August 2020, becoming the youngest debut of Les Bleus since Maurice Gastiger in 1914.