Interested clubs have been told by Stade Rennais that they must pay €100million+ if they wish to sign Eduardo Camavinga, reports in France claim.
Il Corriere dello Sport reported in September Milan had sent a scout to watch the 17-year-old in a game between Brest and Rennes, while Calciomercato.com added last month that Milan are ‘always getting excellent reports’ on the teenager.
L’Equipe have previously reported that Manchester United and Barcelona are among the other sides chasing the Angola-born teenager, with a €60m price tag set by the Ligue 1 side, while Liverpool and PSG have been credited with interest too.
Now, L’Equipe have provided an update on the situation surrounding the teenage sensation (via Calciomercato), claiming that Real Madrid have been left impressed by his performances and as such they are ready to submit a bid.
However, Rennes have apparently clarified that they will not even sit down at the negotiating table unless an offer of at least €100million is placed.
Camavinga is under contract until June 2022, and the report adds that he has long been a target for Milan.