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Man Utd, City and Spurs in transfer chase for Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga who downed PSG

RENNES wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga is reportedly being scouted by Manchester United, City and Tottenham following his stunning performance against PSG.

The 16-year-old inspired his side to a shock 2-1 win over the French champions last Sunday.

According to the Daily Mail Premier League trio United, City and Spurs were all there to watch Camavinga’s display.

The teen star whipped in a sumptuous cross that was turned in by Romain Del Castillo for the winner.

Is is understood Spurs even considered a transfer for the midfield starlet last term in what was a breakthrough season for Camavinga, making seven senior appearances.

He has been given three stars to open this campaign, and also attracted attention from La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Camavinga completed all but one of his 41 passes at Roazhon Park as he outshone PSG duo Marco Verratti and Marquinhos in midfield.

Rennes boss Julien Stephan said: “He played a match, indeed, like the whole team - very interesting.

“We are talking to him. He is someone who is also very well-constructed intellectually, who knows how to question himself, who knows how to ask the right questions.

“Many of the pros have taken him under their wing, because he is very respectful in the dressing room and very attentive to their advice. He blossomed with us this summer.”

In a boost for Barcelona in the transfer pursuit of the 16-year-old, Camavinga shares the same agent - Moussa Sissoko - as Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele.

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