Eduardo Camavinga subject to war of Super Agents

James Shearman
  • Updated: 17 May 2021 22:02 BST
  • 2 min read
Eduardo Camavinga subject to war of Super Agents

Eduardo Camavinga has allegedly separated from his agent, with the Rennes midfielder starting a war of the Super Agents to sign him.

The 18-year-old is one of the world football’s brightest prospects, having cemented his place at the heart of Rennes’ midfield last season.  

Real Madrid Transfer

The news comes at a crucial moment in his career, as the negotiation of a new contract is on the horizon. Camavinga is a transfer target of Real Madrid who are desperate to add him as well as Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland to a new-look side in the coming years.

It is unknown whether the decision to move on from former agent Moussa Sissoko was with the transfer in mind.

But, Camavinga’s potential suitors will no doubt have a move to Los Blancos at the forefront of their attempts to sign the youngster.


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  • Camavinga Agent Interest

    The French international, whose future will be managed by his father Celestino for now, has caused an earthquake in the world of agents with his decision.

    The most powerful representatives on the planet will try to add one of the most valuable assets to their books, with the likes of Jorge Mendes, Jonathan Barnett and Pini Zahavi reportedly ready to take advantage of their opportunity.

    With the first two, Mendes (Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent) and Barnett (Gareth Bale’s agent), there are past and present relationships that unite them to Madrid.

    While Zahavi has not yet managed to have his name successfully involved with Real, since he failed in his attempt to bring Lewandowski to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2018.

    Camavinga’s Comments

    The midfielder also raised eyebrows on his future in recent statements.

    “The big clubs make me dream,” he answered to a question about Madrid’s interest a few days ago.

    “Do I want to stay in Rennes? We’ll see. We haven’t set a date to discuss my future, I’m in no rush about it.

    Rennes were knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday with a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea, thanks to a late winner from Olivier Giroud.