- Eduardo Camavinga is wanted by Real Madrid, PSG and Bayern Munich this summer
- The teenage sensation has been superb in his role for Ligue 1 side Rennes
- Camavinga has a deal with his present club until 2022
- Florian Maurice insists they will not sell the player for anything less than £75m
La Liga champions Real Madrid have reportedly joined the race to sign Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich target Eduardo Camavinga this summer.
The 17-year-old defensive midfielder made 36 appearances for his French League side Rennes last season - scoring once and assisting two other goals in the process.
Despite not being a high-scoring player, his performances in the outgone campaign were enough to attract attention from top European clubs.
Meanwhile, with Los Blancos unlike to spend big signing this window due to the economic harshness caused by coronavirus, signing the teenage sensation might not be out of place.
SunSport quoting AS reports that Real chief Florentino Perez is happy to maintain the team that won their Spanish League title for the first time since 2017 next term.
This statement according to the publication has ignited the interests of Bayern and PSG for the Frenchman.
The Sun claims Camavinga is hoping to seal a move to the Santiago Bernabeu after shunning every other suitor in search of his services.
But his representatives are said to have sounded a note of warning to him, saying waiting forever may not be possible.
The youngster is contracted to Rennes until the summer of 2022 and new sporting director, Florian Maurice, insists they would not sell their star man for anything less than £75 million.
And this has pushed Real Madrid back following the financial struggles caused by the deadly COVID-19. AS claim Bayern Munich are now in pole position to sign wonder-kid Camavinga.
Los Blancos confirmed that one of their players Mariano Diaz tested positive for the deadly coronavirus - hence, he will miss the trip to the Etihad in August.
Daily Mail quoting Marca reports that Diaz tested positive for the virus on return from a short break after their triumph over Barcelona and other clubs this season.