Ahead of January transfer window Camavinga move to Bayern Munich “Confirmed”

Under Real Madrid’s noses, Bayern Munich is reportedly interested in signing 18-year-old French talent Eduardo Camavinga this summer.


One of the brightest talents in European football, Camavinga has played regularly for Rennes’ first team in Ligue 1 for the past two years and is a senior member of the France national team. He is expected to leave Rennes this summer.


According to France Football, Camavinga’s contract with Rennes expires in the summer of 2019. However, despite frequent ties to Real Madrid, German and European champions Bayern are aggressively searching for midfield insurance and are hoping to sign Camavinga in the upcoming weeks.

According to the source, Bayern is looking for a replacement for Josh Kimmich and Leon Goretzka, their first-choice midfielders.


Due to Corentin Tolisso’s injury, the Bayern hierarchy is searching for a central defensive midfielder who can fill in for Goretzka and Kimmich.


The Bundesliga champions included Florian Neuhaus of Borussia Monchengladbach on their list of players to sign. If they defeat Mainz this weekend, they would win their seventh consecutive German championship.


Gladbach has set an asking price of about £39 million for the 24-year-old, which Bayern believes is too high.


Hasan Salihamidzic, the sporting director at Bayern Munich, would give Camavinga plenty of playing time, but the young player is probably going to want to know who will succeed Hansi Flick as head coach of the first team before committing to the Allianz Arena.

The large number of French superstars on the Bayern team at the moment might potentially influence Camavinga.


Nine French players will be part of the squad by July, including recent addition Dayot Upameacno, helping Camavinga adjust to his new home and surroundings.


Camavinga, who won’t turn 19 until November, has already made 78 first-team appearances for Rennes. He also has three France caps, and his first goal against Ukraine in October was a stunning overhead kick.



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