AC Milan will send scout to watch Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga in action on Saturday night, a report claims.
The Rossoneri were linked with a number of midfield targets over the summer and ended up signing Ismael Bennacer and Rade Krunic, both from relegated Empoli.
However, a recent report from Calciomercato.com stated that Milan are interested in signing teenage midfielder Camavinga.
The Rennes manager – Julien Stéphan – has instilled a lot of trust in the youngster, letting him play all the games thus far.
As per Saturday’s edition of il Corriere dello Sport (via Calciomercato.it), a Rossoneri scout will be at the game between Brest and Rennes to scout the 17-year-old Camavinga.
However, the report also notes that Milan face strong competition and as a result the player’s price could skyrocket, which is why a move now could help them land the Angola-born talent.
Camavinga came through the Rennes’ academy – which he joined at the age of 11 – and has been labelled one of the brightest prospects in French football.
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