Manchester United could try to sign Real Madrid player

LEIGH, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 20: A banner displaying the Manchester United club badge the Barclays FA Women's Super League match between Manchester United Women and Bristol City Women at Leigh Sports Village on December 20, 2020 in Leigh, England. (Photo by Visionhaus)
LEIGH, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 20: A banner displaying the Manchester United club badge the Barclays FA Women's Super League match between Manchester United Women and Bristol City Women at Leigh Sports Village on December 20, 2020 in Leigh, England. (Photo by Visionhaus) /
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Real Madrid do not have much depth right now. There are some players who deserve immense credit for stepping up to the plate in this scenario though and becoming important contributors for Carlo Ancelotti’s side. One player who falls under that category is Eduardo Camavinga, who has been a player transformed this season.

It has been a season of two halves for Camavinga. In the first half of the campaign, he was barely getting chances and there was even talk of him being sent out on loan in order to play regular football.

The Frenchman has looked a completely different player after the World Cup though. One could argue that he has been Real Madrid’s best player over the past several months.

Even more impressive is the fact that he has done this well, while playing out of position most of the time. While a natural midfielder, Camavinga has had to fill in at left-back, with both David Alaba and Ferland Mendy struggling with injury problems.

Manchester United could try to sign Real Madrid player

Of course, that kind of form from Camavinga has not gone unnoticed. And it looks like one of the clubs who have an eye on him are Manchester United.

As tweeted out by Christian Falk, if the Qatari takeover of Manchester United is successful then they want to go for Kingsley Coman, Camavinga and Kylian Mbappe.

Of course, Real Madrid do not seem to have any plans of parting ways with Camavinga anytime soon. But then in the past, the club have shown that they are ready to let even key players go, if the right offer arrives at their table. This summer was a perfect example, when Casemiro made the move to Manchester United almost out of the blue in a transfer package believed to be around £70 million.

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