Eduardo Camavinga is one of the biggest prospects in French football. The 16-year-old, who has played all four games for Stade Rennais this season (per Transfermarkt), has reportedly attracted interest from several clubs.
According to Calciomercato.com, AC Milan are keeping tabs on the player, who will turn 17 in November. Rennais manager, Julien Stéphan, has given the player a lot of responsibility early on in the season, letting him play all the games thus far.
Camavinga has played as a defensive midfielder in the games, but can also play as a mezz’ala, the report continues. Currently, several big European teams are following the progress of the young player, whose contract expires in 2022.
The Rossoneri chief scout, Geoffrey Moncada, has added Camavinga to the list of players that should be monitored with great attention, Calciomercato.com claims. It remains to be seen if Milan will decide to make an official offer for the midfielder.