Real Madrid is prepared to splash €70 million for another youngster at the end of the season as president Florentino Perez is set to make Rennes Eduardo Camavinga the latest youngster to join the Santiago Bernabeu outfit.
According to the report in French radio, RMC Perez is willing is pay €70 million for the midfielder. While most reports suggested that Camavinga appeared set to stay in his club for at least another season —which would give Real Madrid a chance to save money this summer after the coronavirus.
Real Madrid is now prepared to make a move in this summer as they fear that other clubs might be interested in signing the French youngster in the coming season.
Rennes aimed to keep the midfielder for another season so that he could playing time he needs to develop as a player, knowing that he would extremely difficult to get the adequate playing at the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, it seems that Real Madrid has set their eyes on Camavinga and consider him the perfect candidate to upgrade the midfield line.
Real Madrid has just Casemiro in the holding midfield role the signing of Camavinga won’t reduce the workload on the Brazilian ace.
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