Two days ago, Marca explained Manchester United are prepared to spend at least €75m on Real Madrid star Raphaël Varane and Rennes’ Eduardo Camavinga.

L’Equipe now state a ‘departure’ could be on the cards for the midfielder as United, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have set their sights on him.

The Ligue 1 side were keen on extending the 18-year-old’s contract, but the two parties haven’t found an agreement so far.

Unless there’s a sudden twist, L’Equipe state the player is unlikely to extend and ‘this opens the door for a departure’ in the summer.

Rennes were reportedly hoping  to cash in €100m from the France international’s sale, but they may have to settle for €40m, ‘depending on the competition’. As of now, they haven’t received any offers for the player.

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Manchester United get a mention and L’Equipe suggest Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are ‘said to be ready to go on the offensive, without the Camavinga case being linked to a possible departure of Paul Pogba’.

In other words, United’s pursuit of the teenager wouldn’t depend on Pogba staying or leaving Old Trafford.

For Camavinga, PSG are ‘also on the lookout, as, to a lesser extent’, are Real Madrid and Chelsea.

With Camavaing set to leave Rennes [without an extension], it remains to be seen where he will end up in this window.