- Eduardo Camavinga has attracted interest from Manchester United and Real Madrid but Rennes president Nicolas Holvec has knocked back all offers.
The 17-year-old has had a breakout season for Rennes helping the club finish third with some fantastic displays in midfield.
United Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to strengthen his midfield this summer and the Red Devils had made Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga a summer transfer target.
Meanwhile, Real boss Zinedine Zidane believes Camavinga could be the long-term replacement for Casemiro. Camavinga who has been labeled as the ‘next Paul Pogba
The current market value of this youngster is 37.5 million Euros. The finances attached to his contract calls for big spending but does not seem to scare his suitors.
Rennes president Nicolas Holveck ruled out an exit for Eduardo would be staying at Rennes for at least another season. His contract is due 2022 and Nicolas believes he has helped their cause to qualify for the Champions League.
Club chief Holvec said: “The plan for Eduardo Camavinga is for him to carry on with his progression here at Rennes with great things expected from him next season.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer club’s transfer tactic has lately shifted its focus to young talents rather than established stars.
However, Renne’s boss Julien Stephan is not the type who gets moved by instant gratification. He has advised his most valued star not to suppress his development.
He said: “Our priority is to keep the team intact as they have already displayed what a talented group they are.
“We need to be clever in the transfer market with our objective to progress from the qualification round of the Champions League”. He added.