Rennes midfielder and latest wonder-kid on the block Eduardo Camavinga has reportedly parted ways with his agent Moussa Sissoko (same name only with Tottenham midfielder) and considers Real Madrid as his preferred destination.
Camavinga, 18, joined Rennes’ highly-rated youth academy in 2013 and after a hugely successful break-through period, the French midfielder has emerged as one of Europe’s brightest talents.
Rennes’ teenager has so far featured in 54 matches in all competitions for the Ligue 1 side’s senior first-team and has been directly involved in five goals along the way.
Internationally, Camavinga made his senior France debut in September 2019 and in doing so became the country’s youngster player for over 100 years.
The star midfielder’s impressive performances, both domestically and internationally, have been turning the heads of some of Europe’s biggest clubs with the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United strongly linked, as per Marca.
The latest in the ongoing saga comes from Footmercato who are reporting that the teenage sensation has recently ditched his representative and is now being looked after by his father.
Camavinga’s decision to drop his agent in favour of being represented by his father has sparked suggestions that the 18-year-old could be eyeing a big move sooner rather than later.
In light of the recent news surrounding Camavinga’s decision, Stretty News reached out to a trusted source who has had previous dealings with the player and asked where the youngster’s preferred destination is.
Stretty News have been advised in no uncertain terms that Camavinga wants to play for La Liga giants Real Madrid.