September 22, 2021

Real Madrid will confirm a second summer deal after a late departure.

Real Madrid have signed Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, signing Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavenga. Los Blancos accepted his offer from the French club on Monday and will complete the deal before the midnight transfer deadline on Tuesday. This will be his second signing since the arrival of David Alaba in July.

The 18-year-old has been wanted since the beginning of the summer transfer window. After it became clear that he would not extend his contract with the French club and had no plans to release him on a free transfer in 2022, the Rains were always ready to sell him.

The Manchester Red Devils were initially claimed to be leading the race for France International, but failed to make a solid offer to the Rains. Paul Pogba’s future was key to finding another midfielder for Ole Gunnar Solskjیرr, but it looks like the 2018 World Cup winner will be with United this season.

PSG also wanted to sign the Frenchman, but his entry into the transfer market stopped after the arrival of Lionel Messi. Real have taken advantage and have agreed to an additional 31 31 million fee to move Camawenga to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.

“Eduardo Camawenga to Real Madrid: Here we go! The offer has been accepted by Rennes tonight. Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano Written Monday night.

“Paperworks are signed. Official today. He’s gone to Real now – no debt. Camawenga chose Real over Man Utd and PSG.”

Kimawenga impressed the Rains last season, as he finished sixth in League 1. He has also played for the French national team three times and hopes that his move to Real will help him qualify for the 2022 World Cup. Qatar

The French midfielder is seen by Real as the perfect long-term heir to Luka Modric, who is in the twilight of his career with the La Liga giants. He is unlikely to be a regular starter, but is expected to play a key role this season under Carlo Ancelotti.

Eduardo will work.
Reno’s Eduardo Camavenga is still the most exciting young talent in football.
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