Manchester United have reportedly identified the long-term replacement for star player Paul Pogba.
This is according to the report from The Sun which stated that former European champions Manchester United see Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga as the long-term successor to Paul Pogba at the club.
Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga is only 17 but he has caught the eye with a series of impressive outings for his French Ligue 1 club.
He broke into the Rennes first team this season and the young French midfielder has featured in all the 13 matches in the league for his team this season.
Eduardo Camavinga also played in the French Super Cup defeat to Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in August.
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In total, he has made 20 league appearances for Rennes dating back to the last campaign.
Camavinga has played 17 times for Rennes in all competitions this season.
He was born in Angola but the midfielder has received his French citizenship this month and that prompted his invitation to the French u-21 squad in place of Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi.
Arsenal youngster Matteo Guendouzi was promoted to the French senior national team for the just concluded Euro 2020 qualifiers against Moldova and Albania as a replacement for the injured Blaise Matuidi who plays for Italian Serie A giants Juventus.