A nugget of Stade Rennais, Eduardo Camavinga risks packing up this summer. Regularly announced in the sights of Real Madrid, the 18-year-old midfielder also pleases Paris Saint-Germain. Linked to the SRFC until 2022, the international tricolor (3 selections, 1 goal) has still not extended and could therefore force his club to sell him in the next transfer window.
But recruiting Camavinga will be expensive. Amounts between € 50m and € 60m have often been mentioned. But in these times of financial crisis, the courtiers of the young Rennais will seek at all costs to lower the note. Another courtier of the player, Bayern Munich is very interested in this profile, but The team reveals that the German champion would not want to put more than 25 M € on the Rennais.
Objective: lower the grade
A sum which will undoubtedly be judged too insufficient by the Rouge-et-Noirs aware of the contractual situation of their protege, but still eager to make a good sale in the event of departure next summer. On the Parisian side, it is a different tactic from that of Bayern which would have been chosen. The sports daily indicates that PSG plans to offer players to lower the part of the fixed that will be paid to the Bretons.
It remains to be seen which Ile-de-France residents could be included in this deal. Today, it is difficult to see elements of the Ile-de-France group (almost all international and used to playing the Champions League for example) agree to leave the capital to join a less upscale formation. Unless Leonardo thinks of promising young people capable of flourishing at Roazhon Park. One thing is certain: Paris knows that Rennes may have to expand their midfield if Camavinga and Nzonzi leave.