French wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga will not extend his contract at Rennes before it expires in 2022, MySportDab reports.
The 18-year-old is a highly rated teenager in France, and has now played three matches for the French national team.
Camavinga has played 77 matches for Rennes since he was promoted into the first team two years ago.
However, Rennes are currently seventh on the French Ligue 1 table and could not qualify for European football next season.
According to The Athletic, Camavinga’s refusal to extend his contract could see him leave to join another club this summer.
If Rennes refuse to sell him this summer, he would be free to leave the club as a free agent at the end of next season.
Camavinga has been linked with a move to Real Madrid over the past few months, and he is more likely to join Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid than any other club.
MySportDab understands that Manchester United and PSG are also interested in the young player.
Camavinga’s agent, Jonathan Barnett revealed in February that his client could leave Rennes for just £44m this summer.
Speaking to Canal Plus about his future in January, Camavinga said: ‘Yes it’s nice when a top club is interested in you.
‘I am here at Stade Rennais now. We have to wait until the end of the season. We will meet to discuss weigh the pros and cons.’
Camavinga made his international debut for France recently, and became the youngest player to play for France since Maurice Gastiger in 1914.
In October 2020, he scored a fantastic overhead kick in France’s 7-1 Nations League win against Ukraine.
Camavinga did not join the France squad last month as he was called up for the Under 21s European Championship.