Rennes bosses are irritated by Eduardo Camavinga’s behavior amid Man United and PSG links.
Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga is a target for Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.
According to rumours, the agent of Manchester United target Eduardo Camavinga has irritated Rennes officials in his attempts to arrange a summer transfer for his client. Camavinga, who has evolved as one of Europe’s best young players in recent years, has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to be monitoring the midfielder as sporting director Leonardo considers a bid for his services.
Camavinga played 39 times for Rennes in all competitions last season, and his contributions in the middle of the park helped the club finish sixth in Ligue 1.
His present contract, though, is set to expire next summer, and he is said to have no intention of renewing it.
Rennes is torn between cashing in on Camavinga this month and risking losing him on a free transfer in a year.
If he is transferred away before the deadline this month, his agent, Jonathan Barnett, is said to be interested in United as a possible destination.
And it appears that the 71-year-old, who represents many of the world’s most famous footballers, has ruffled Rennes’ feathers in his search for a solution to Camavinga’s future.
According to Le 10 Sport, club officials are growing tired of Barnett’s antics, with owner Francois-Henri Pinault being particularly irritated.
Rennes is expected to increase Camavinga’s asking price as a result of his agent’s influence, with the player’s minimum valuation being set at £33.8 million.
However, if the 20-time Premier League champions decide to act on their rumoured interest in the young midfielder this month, the French club’s tenacity could work in United’s favor.
After completing a number of high-profile signings in recent months, PSG is thought to be wary about Camavinga’s new price.
Achraf Hakimi, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and Sergio Ramos are among the players who have already joined the Parisian giants this summer.
The aforementioned three has now been joined by none other than Lionel Messi, who has accepted a two-year contract offer from the Parc des Princes.
PSG’s business has always revolved around free agents, but they will definitely make a splash in the transfer market. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”