Football : Camavinga, his future is sealed

Football :

Eduardo Camavinga has assured that he will stay at Rennes this season. He will discover the Champions League with the Breton club.

It is one of the nuggets of the League 1. And he will stay in France for one more season. Eduardo Camavinga was categorical about his future in an interview with the Téléfoot channel.

“Transfer rumors? It’s football. There are rumors. There are real things and there are false things. You shouldn’t pay too much attention to it. I am from Rennes. I still have two years of contract and I am happy today, ”he said, before being completely clear:“ I will be Rennais this season. “

Camavinga under contract until 2022

This is obviously good news for the Rennais Stadium, who wanted to keep his young midfielder (18). With 32 Ligue 1 matches on the clock, Camavinga will therefore perfect his apprenticeship under the colors of his training club, under the orders of his mentor Julien Stéphan. Bonus, he will discover the Champions League with the Rouge et Noir.

“Even an offer of 80 million euros from Real Madrid would change nothing,” said Florian Maurice, Rennes sporting director, about the young prodigy last June. The Camavinga file is not completely closed, however. The player is under contract until 2022, and if Rennes wants to sell him at full price next summer, this situation (only one year of contract remaining) could be crippling in negotiations with potential buyers. The ideal would be to extend Camavinga by providing it with an exit voucher, but it will undoubtedly be far from easy to set up …

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