AC Milan have held talks with the agent of Stade Rennais starlet Eduardo Camavinga about a possible future move, according to report in France.
The Rossoneri continue to be linked with a move for Camavinga by various media outlets. Il Corriere dello Sport first reported in September that Milan had sent a scout to watch the midfielder in a game between Brest and Rennes.
Calciomercato.com then added that Milan are ‘always getting excellent reports’ on the teenager from scouts.
According to RMC Sport – as cited by TribalFootball – Milan have opened talks with the player’s representatives to gauge interest in a possible future move to the San Siro.
The French outlet adds that there are ‘no immediate plans’ to make a concrete bid, however that could arrive in the summer, though Stade Rennais are standing firm on their €100m valuation for a player they perceive to be a generational talent.
Liverpool, Manchester United and Barcelona have all been credited with interest in Camavinga by various sources too, meaning the Ligue 1 side may be able to orchestrate a bidding war.