- Eduardo Camavinga vowed never to wash the jersey he swapped with Cristiano Ronaldo
- The 17-year-old was on the bench all through France's Nations League game vs Portugal
- The youngster is currently on the radar of top European clubs including Real Madrid
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France youngster Eduardo Camavinga exchanged jerseys with Cristiano Ronaldo after their UEFA Nations League clash over the weekend.
The gesture was surprisingly incredible for the teenage sensation that he took to social media to say he won't wash the top.
Both the World Cup winners and the European champions failed to find the back of the net all through their encounter at Stade de France.
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The game also had in attendance Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Manchester United January signing Bruno Fernandes.
Although the 17-year-old was an unused substitute in the game, he managed to reach the five-time Ballon d'Or and swapped jerseys with him. He said afterwards:
"I won't wash it."
Camavinga made his Les Blues debut in his side's 4-2 win over 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia last month.
And he went ahead to score his first for the world champions in an incredible way after firing home a ninth-minute opener in their 7-1 win over Ukraine in a friendly meeting last week.
Didier Deschamps decided to hand the 17-year-old talent his first start for his national team in the test game.
Camavinga made history after becoming the second-youngest player to score for the French national team.
Meanwhile, a number of top European teams want the talented midfielder with Real Madrid leading the chase for his signature as reported by Sport Bible.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Paris-Saint-Germain are ready to make a move for Cristiano Ronaldo next summer as a replacement for Kylian Mbappe.
Kylian Mbappe has for the past two seasons being a target for Real Madrid and Los Blancos have been favoured to likely get the deal done at the end of the current League campaign.
According to the report on UK Sun citing MSN, PSG chiefs feel that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner would be the best man to replace Mbappe.
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