Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly ready to try and usurp the competition – which includes AC Milan – to land Stade Rennais star Eduardo Camavinga.
Elliott Management have so far preferred to implement a youth project focused on signing young players with high potential to improve the club’s balance sheets, and despite a poor start to the season that appears unlikely to change.
Il Corriere dello Sport reported in September that Milan had sent a scout to watch Camavinga in a game between Brest and Rennes, while Calciomercato.com added last month that Milan are ‘always getting excellent reports’ on the teenager from scouts.
However, it appears that competition is fierce to land the teenage regista, who has already amassed 24 appearances in all competitions so far this season.
According to the latest from L’Equipe – as cited by Calciomercato.com – Paris Saint-Germain are serious about ‘routing’ the competition in order to land Camavinga, with the player firmly ‘in the orbit’ of Milan and Real Madrid.
Stade Rennais have set a stratospheric asking price for their prized young asset though: they value him at around €100million.
Meanwhile, the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Barcelona have all been credited with interest in Camavinga by various sources.