AC Milan face competition in their bid to sign Stade Rennais midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, according to a report.
A report from Calciomercato.com earlier in the month first linked the Rossoneri with a move for Camavinga, who made his breakthrough with the Ligue 1 side aged just 16.
The Rennes manager – Julien Stéphan – has instilled a lot of trust in the youngster, playing him in all six league games to start the 2019-20 season despite being just 17 years of age.
Il Corriere dello Sport (via Calciomercato.it) recently reported that Milan were sending a scout to watch the Angola-born talent in a game between Brest and Rennes last weekend.
However, according to Spanish outlet Marca.com, Real Madrid have also been hard at work scouting Camavinga, a player who has ‘caught their eye the most’ out of all they have observed.
The report notes that the teenager was voted Player of the Month for Ligue 1 by his peers in August, winning the Union of French Football Players award.
Camavinga is currently on a deal which runs until 2022, having penned his first professional contract with the club last December.
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