Former French National Team Manager Domenech Calls for PSG to Go All Out to Sign a Real Madrid Transfer Target

Former French national team manager Raymond Domenech explained why Paris Saint-Germain should challenge Real Madrid for Renens midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.

As was the case last year, PSG is now being linked with Camavinga for a possible permanent transfer move. PSG is showing an early interest in the French prospect but may face competition from Real Madrid for the midfielder’s signature.

Amid the uncertainty regarding this potential move, Domenech is calling for PSG to do what it takes to sign Camavinga in order to revamp its midfield. Domenech laid out his case on this matter during a talk with L’Equipe.

“Camavinga, PSG must go, otherwise, it would mean a radical change of policy,” Domenech said. “A big club like Paris must take the best players of the French championship. Right now, in the middle, they have only taken players who all look the same and who they have paid a lot of money for in relation to what they are capable of doing.

“All of a sudden there is an 18-year-old with a real possibility for the future. In addition, I think it’s good economically for French clubs.”

There are no release clauses in France. Thus, PSG, Real Madrid and any other interested clubs will have to directly negotiate with Rennes for Camavinga, which could end up creating some transfer drama.

The French prospect recently capped off the Ligue 1 campaign with three total goal contributions over 35 league appearances.

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