Manchester United are keen on signing a defensive midfielder before the transfer window closes at the end of this month. The Old Trafford club has set aside a list of midfielders who they could sign before the transfer deadline, and Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga is on the list.
The Red Devils have successfully confirmed the signing of French center-back Raphael Varane, English playmaker Jodan Sancho, and former Aston Villa goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
However, according to reports, the French Ligue 1 club Rennes are open to selling Eduordo Camavinga this summer for the right price before the window closes.
Trusted transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano has revealed that there are chances of the Frenchman moving away from the club before the deadline, and Manchester United are still the front runners to secure his service.
He also revealed that the player would not sign a new deal with Rennes, and the club is willing to sell him for a transfer fee not less than €35m.
Manchester United wants a long-term replacement for Nemanja Matic, and apart from that, United also wants to sign him as a standing defensive midfielder who can handle the decisive role effectively rather than deploying two players for a single role.
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