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Arsenal, Manchester United are all linked with Eduardo Camavinga

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Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool have all been linked with Real Madrid player Eduardo Camavinga. The player is one of the hottest prospect in the world right now. Furthermore Eduardo Camavinga have been offered a new contract by Real Madrid. However the real catch is his release clause set by Madrid. Real Madrid have set an eye watering price of £874million for the player. Big Premier League clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United were all linked with the player. But now these clubs will find it difficult to sign Eduardo Camavinga given his huge release clause. The player is considered as one of the talented young players in Europe right now. He is currently a key player in the Real Madrid squad. Furthermore Carlo Ancelotti is currently building the team around the young midfielder.

Eduardo Camavinga might receive an offer from Real Madrid

The player still have four years left to his contract with the Los Blancos. However Madrid are already planning to offer him another contract after his wonderful performance. Talks are however still in early stage but it is believed that Eduardo Camavinga will get a two year extension offer. Furthermore Real Madrid are also planning to add in a £874m release clause. This would prevent Eduardo Camavinga to leave Madrid in near future. Eder Militao, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo have the same clauses added to their contracts. These players would help Real Madrid to build a future for the club. Therefore the huge release clause will prevent any team to scoop in and buy the player. The player have been subjected to interest from all over Europe . However the interest should be of no use now.

Paying such a huge release clause for a single player makes no sense at all. Furthermore Eduardo Camavinga looks in no hurry to leave Real Madrid. He had even solidified his place in the starting line-up squad. He would hate to leave the best club in the world.

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