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Eduardo Camavinga's 'preference' is to join PSG despite meeting up with Manchester United this week over a potential deal.

The Rennes midfielder is attracting serious attention from Europe's top clubs with a year left on his current deal.

The French side are believed to be willing to listen to offers for Camavinga so he doesn't walk for free in 12 months time as the teenager has made it clear his future lies elsewhere.

Man Utd are one of the teams claimed to be interested in acquiring his services as they waste no time in adding more firepower with Jadon Sancho's arrival at Old Trafford imminent.

France's rising star Eduardo Camavinga is wanted by a host of Europe's top clubs
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And according to French publication RMC, United are ready to meet with Camavinga's entourage as early as this week to discuss a deal.

Arsenal are also tracking the rising star who has burst onto the scene in Ligue 1 and representing France in the Nations League.

But the latest reports suggest Camavinga's preference is to join Mauricio Pochettino's men as he would like to stay in France.

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Camavinga's agent Jonathan Barnett discussed his client earlier this year and admitted he would likely be the subject of some huge bids in this summer's transfer window.

He told The Athletic : "It is going to be harder. I'm expecting three or four very big deals of my own that will break a lot of records.

"Hopefully, they'll come about. For the smaller clubs, I think there won't be as many transfers. We have some very good players.

"We have probably the best young player in the world in Camavinga. We've got [Jack] Grealish. We've got [Ibrahima] Konate at Leipzig. But then I've got over 100 players."

Camavinga, though, is yet to give any clear indication of what his future has in store for him.

Back in September, he said: "Certainly when a big club is interested, it is nice. But I am not getting carried away.

"I took this choice with my family [to stay at Rennes]. We are happy to have made this decision. I just need to focus on football and not think too much about everything else around it."