It is not yet known whether he will continue his career at Parc des Princes, but… Paul Pogba would be the perfect piece of the puzzle of the Parisian Galacticos. However, as he is still too expensive - and could arrive as a free agent next summer - many are inclined to believe that Paris Saint-Germain will turn their attention to a more realistic and cheaper target.
It has long been known that Eduardo Camavinga is a player to the taste of sports director Leonardo, and as local West France reports, the 18-year-old football player played the last match for Rennes in last night's minimal against Nantes.
Then he threw the jersey on the stands, and in the locker room, he led a celebratory song, which everyone in France interpreted as Camavinga's parting with the team. However, no one still knows where. Because even though PSG is the favorite to sign the young midfielder, they are not the only suitor.
Real Madrid, which did not buy this summer, has been in the story for months. Liverpool, and above all Manchester United and Chelsea, want to take advantage of the fact that Camavinga's manager is the British Jonathan Barnett.
But the advantage is still on the side of Paris Saint-Germain, who has already brought Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Donanrumma, Sergio Ramos, Georginio Wijnaldum, and Achraf Hakimi this summer, so the new investment would hurt the old football aristocracy, financially crippled by the corona pandemic virus.
Few clubs have a powerful country like Qatar behind them and there are few that like all the business moves of Parisians. But they obviously have the money. Camavinga's contract with Rennes expires next summer and his club does not have much choice.
They will have to sell him to avoid being left without a cent of compensation, and L'Equip states that they would be willing to give him to Rennes for 30,000,000 to 35,000,000 euros. It is not a small amount of money in the post-corona period, but it is certainly not a sum that will stop the super-ambitious Nasser Al Khelaifi.
By the way, Camavinga is one of the greatest talents both in France and in the world. Given his popularity and talent, the price of 30-35 million should not be a big problem for any stronger club in Europe. It is known which clubs will be first in line, but it seems that PSG has the best chances, although Manchester United is not to be written off. It will be interesting to follow the career of the young Frenchman in any case