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Rennes have alerted clubs around Europe after naming their asking price for star midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.
The France international shot to fame after making his Rennes debut in 2019, aged 16. He enhanced his budding reputation with a 'Man of the Match' performance against PSG.
A host of teams have kept an eye on him ever since and it appears Camavinga will finally leave Rennes this summer.
That's according to Fabrizio Romano who says the player will NOT sign a new long-term contract, with Rennes prepared to offload him this summer to avoid a free transfer situation next year.
And considering his status as a generational talent, he won't cost too much.
The Ligue 1 outfit would be willing to sell the 18-year-old for just €35 million (£30 million).
What's more, it's an 'open race' for the youngster with Man United, Chelsea and PSG circling ahead of tabling an official offer.
There are chances for Eduardo Camavinga to leave Rennes in the final 8 days of the transfers market. He'll not sign a new long-term deal with Rennes, so they're open to sell Camavinga for €35m fee. :red_circle::flag_fr: #transfers- Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 22, 2021
It depends on the offers in the next few days. Open race.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have been on the hunt for a new midfielder, with the Blues also keen on reinforcing their side ahead of the August 31 deadline.
And, of course, PSG want to keep him in France as they eye new recruits.
Rennes manager Bruno Genesio revealed they would be open to allowing Camavinga leave during this window.
Speaking earlier this summer, he explained: "We have already stressed several times that we cannot afford to remain in this situation concerning an international player like him.
"It's part of a career to have important decisions to make, he has a very important one [decision] to make for his future, and we at the club also have our interests to defend.
"I hope we find a solution that everyone is satisfied with."