Holveck opens door for Chelsea to wrap up £100 million signing


RENNES President Nicolas Holveck has not ruled out that youngster Eduardo Camavinga will leave the club this summer.

Now we’ve talked several times about the reports that Thomas Tuchel is looking to deal with this transfer kitty and add a few players to the roster to get them back to winning the Premier League title

Camavinga, who is currently considered one of the best talents in world football, is already a full French national player and has the tip of becoming one of the best midfielders in world football.

The latest reports claimed that Tuchel was interested in making a move for the young man, but the £ 100 million price tag could exclude her from a possible deal this summer

Now they’ve gotten a real boost in trying to sign the boy after Holveck didn’t rule out the possibility of the youngster leaving Rennes this summer transfer window.

Holvek told the French radio station RMC: “The discussions are still going on.

“Everything is open, either for a departure during this transfer window – if an offer satisfies everyone – or to extend” [his contract].

“It won’t go cheap, we’ve had a lot of conversations, but nothing is complete either way.”

Sum up…

If Chelsea manage to secure a transfer deal for Camavinga, they would get a seriously gifted midfielder as he will develop into the player who could dominate this BLUES-MIDDLEFIELD

He would cost the club a lot of money but he has his whole future ahead of him and as I said, he has the potential to become one of the best midfielders in world football.

If he makes the right decisions


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