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Eduardo Camavinga have gained interest from both Chelsea and Arsenal

Kai Havertz

Arsenal and Chelsea have both shown their desire to sign Real Madrid player Eduardo Camavinga. Both Chelsea and Arsenal are hoping to sign the player from Real Madrid this January transfer window. New reports claim that both the Premier League clubs have asked the player’s club about his availability. Real Madrid won La Liga and Champions League with Eduardo Camavinga and they are not keen on sending the player out on a loan. Moreover, the player himself wants to stay at Santiago Bernabeu. And therefore is not looking to change clubs during this transfer window. This news would come as a blow to both teams. It was quite a surprise for the Gunners fans when the news of their interest first came out. But the fans were hoping to see history repeat itself as they did with Martin Odegaard.

Eduardo Camavinga transfer news to come as a blow to Arsenal and Chelsea

Eduardo Camavinga would not be willing to leave Real Madrid for Arsenal or Chelsea any time soon. Both teams can try again in the summer transfer window, but it is likely to be a failure as well. The French international does not yet have a guaranteed place in the starting lineups. But he is still 20 years old and have long-term prospect for Los Blancos. The youngster is full of potential and is one of the youngest goal-scorers for the French national team. Real Madrid would not be willing to part ways with such a talented player. Real Madrid would likely need to call upon the player soon as Ancelotti cannot expect Toni Kroos and Modric to carry the midfield forever.

It was quite an ambition for both Arsenal and Chelsea to try and sign Eduardo Camavinga from Real Madrid. Arsenal were even hoping to sign the player on a loan deal from Los Blancos. As of now both the player nor the club is not interested in parting ways with each other. Therefore the London teams should look for midfield players elsewhere as this deal is very unlikely to happen.

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