Three-time European champions Manchester United are keen on a move for young Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.
This is according to the report from the Daily Mirror which revealed that the Red Devils are one of three teams interested in the teenage player.
Eduardo Camavinga broke into the Rennes team this season and has already made 17 appearances for his French club this term.
The young French midfielder has made 13 appearances for Rennes, 3 appearances in the Europa League and 1 appearance in the French Super Cup.
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Manchester United are not the only club on the trail of Eduardo Camavinga ahead of the winter transfer market in January.
Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are also interested in the 17-year-old midfielder.
The midfield is a position that Manchester United want to strengthen their team in the New Year and there are several candidates for that job including Eduardo Camavinga who could cost at least £30m for any club to whisk him away from Rennes despite his young age.
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison, Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn and West Ham United defensive midfielder Declan Rice have all been touted as a potential signing for the Red Devils but they all represent a more expensive option than Eduardo Camavinga.