Real Madrid are favourite to sign the Eduardo Camavinga as other clubs withdraw from the race of acquiring the young star.
The 17-year-old potential has been noticed by European top-flight teams, but Real Madrid are in pole position to land the Rennes midfielder, according to MARCA.
Camavinga has been closely monitored by Real in the last 2 years, but Los Blancos decided to allow him to develop at his parent club.
The youngster had a standout performance in the French league last season.
Los Blanco’s desire to sign Camavinga has seen interest from other clubs withdrawn as Real are now believed to have a clear path in signing the promising midfielder.
Camavinga is currently priced at €60million euros and has a contract with the French league side until June 30, 2022.
It was reported that Real Madrid met with Camavinga family some months back, in a bid to make their intentions known.
Rennes have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis and have reduced their players’ salaries, more reason they will want to cash out on the teenager.