Camavinga shy about Rennes’ long-term future as speculation swirls around French starlet

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The France international enjoyed a breakout season with the Ligue 1 club last season, helping them advance to the Champions League

Eduardo Camavinga says he will not make any decisions on his future until the end of the current campaign as speculation continues to swirl over a Rennes exit.
The France international enjoyed a breakout season with the Ligue 1 club last season, helping them advance to the Champions League after a cut short domestic campaign in 2019-20.

He has impressed once again this season for his club, while a series of selections for Didier Deschamps’ Les Bleus only further underscore his upward trajectory as a teenager and future star in the making.

Performances like this have seen him catch the attention of bigger fish across Europe, with Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Real Madrid all linked with a move for the Angolan-born starlet. these last weeks.

Camavinga has, however, now put an end to rumors about his future – at least for the remainder of the season – by pledging his current loyalty to Rennes, although he does admit that his post-summer career is on hold.

“Of course it’s good when a big club is interested in you,” said the 18-year-old. Canal. « [But] I keep a cool head.

“I’m at Stade Rennais. We will wait until the end of the season. We will meet around the table and we will weigh the pros and cons [then].  »

Camavinga further reflected on how he came to approach football in his youth, recalling his school years when he first tasted football.

“I must have been seven, I think, or maybe six – I don’t know anymore,” he added. “We had matches between schools at noon.

“We had won a game and my mother came to get me. I saw that she was talking to the supervisor, who was called Fatima if I remember correctly. I didn’t know what they were saying to each other.

“Afterwards, my mother told me that she wanted me to start football. Today, I’m glad the supervisor told him to sign me up. ”

Camavinga is hoping to impress during the remainder of 2021 as he seeks to fit more into Deschamps’ plans for the revamped Euro 2020 tournament, due to take place later this year.

As World Cup holders, the Blues are expected to be among the first to win the trophy at Wembley Stadium in July.

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