Chelsea wants to add some strength to their attack once the summer transfer window reopens, and have been able to shown interest in some players ahead of the summer transfer window.
The London giants are reportedly planning a summer move to secure the services of 18 years old Rennes playmaker, who is valued in the region of €60m, as per Transfermarkt.
The €60m valued playmaker, has been Surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move to the Real Madrid since the last summer transfer window, but a deal to bring him to the Santiago Bernabeu is yet to be reached.
Chelsea have now shown interest in the €60m valued playmaker, and could agree deal to complete the signing of the €60m valued playmaker Eduardo Camavinga once the summer trabsfer window reopens.
Chelsea could however face stiff competitions from elsewhere, as Manchester United have been reported with an interest in the 18 years old Eduardo Camavinga, having been identified as an ideal replacement for Paul Pogba should he exit the club in the next summer transfer window.
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