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AC Milan will try to sign Eduardo Camavinga from Real Madrid and Ancelotti is open to sell him, claims a report from Spain.
A sensational report from Spain claims that Real Madrid are open to sell Eduardo Camavinga and AC Milan could be his next destination. After having just completed the purchase of Brazilian gem Endrick for a record fee of €72 million, Los Blancos have turned their attention to strengthening the midfield.
Real Madrid are determined to bring one between Jude Bellingham and Enzo Fernandez at Santiago Bernabeu next summer. Carlo Ancelotti is a big fan of the two midfielders and is ready to sell Eduardo Camavinga in order to make room for one of the two reports Diario Gol.
Ancelotti could provide an assist to his former club. AC Milan are still looking for a player to fill the void left by Franck Kessie. Although a number of players arrived last summer, none had similar characteristics with Kessie. Obviously, Camavinga would be a perfect replacement but it remains to be seen what Real Madrid’s asking price will be.
The 20-year-old too is not happy with his current situation in Madrid and is open to a new solution. Diario Gol reports that the French midfielder is somewhat tired of not having the role that the club had promised him. The arrival of Tchouameni has further limited his chances of nailing down a regular starter spot.
The footballer and his entourage blame Ancelotti for this situation. Under such circumstances, Camavinga is willing to consider the best opportunity to continue growing as a footballer. AC Milan are always interested in young players with similar potential and Camavinga would be a perfect addition to Pioli’s squad.
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