Man United ready to pay £79.6 million and triple wages to land a signature

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Last year, Man United FC was successful in luring Casemiro away from Real Madrid. They intend to sign Eduardo Camavinga from the Los Blancos over the upcoming summer.

The French international’s services will cost Man United £79.6 million (90 million euros), according to a Spanish source, Nacional.

According to the Catalan site, the Red Devils plan to use the same strategies that were successful in luring Casemiro to Manchester.

Man United FC outfit are prepared to raise or treble Camavinga’s earnings and provide him a major role in Erik ten Hag’s squad to convince him to finalise the move.

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Camavinga to leave Real Madrid for Man United FC

The 20-year-old spent most of last season primarily warming the bench. That too in the company of elite midfielders like Kroos and Modric. In Madrid’s championship-winning season in the Champions League, he made just one start and thirteen in La Liga. Thus he is a Man United target.

The reigning European champions moved in last summer to bring in Aurelien Tchouameni to take Casemiro’s place. In such a situation, Camavinga has alternated this season between the starting XI and the bench. He has made 13 league starts so far.

So, the Man United FC target teenager might think about leaving the Bernabeu team. Real Madrid are pursuing Jude Bellingham, another midfielder, if they want to play every single week.

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The former Rennes superstar played for France, which advanced to the World Cup final.

Real Madrid are reportedly eager to sell him if they receive a massive offer of 130 million euros when his current deal expires in 2027. Man United FC interested in signing.

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