The Reds were rumoured to register a primary interest in the high-potential Frenchman who joined Real Madrid from Ligue 1 side Stae Rennais on a 35 million euros move last summer. Under manager Carlo Ancelotti, the 20-year-old versatile midfielder has found success since arriving and has already secured LaLiga and the Champions League under his belt.
In fact, Manchester United attempted to sign Camavinga last summer but their pursuit of the Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong proved unfruitful and eventually they lost the Frenchman to Real Madrid who swooped in quickly on deadline day. Manager Erik Ten Hag has again made the signing of the Dutch midfielder a priority for the summer as the Catalan giants prepare for a massive offloading to balance their finances.
According to the latest report from Football Insider, it has been claimed that Los Blancos consider Eduardo Camavinga as an ‘untouchable’ in their squad. Owing to left-back Ferland Mendy’s injury crisis this season, former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has turned the French starlet into a more wide role and is playing him as a left-back. Although not perfectly suited for such a position, the 20-year-old has shown his versatility in an uncharacteristic area for him. Real Madrid will not let him leave after an excellent showing in almost every game. Camavinga played a crucial role in helping the Spanish giants clinch success both in the league and in the Champions League.
It is now the time for Manchester United to start registering interest elsewhere and in some player who can realistically be signed during the summer transfer window. The names of Jude Bellingham, Gabri Veiga and Moises Caicedo have come up around Carrington a few times but nothing is official as of now and Erik Ten Hag’s scouts will continue to search the market for new reinforcements.