Eduardo Camavinga, a top player for Real Madrid, has just signed a long-term contract, according to Fabrizio Romano.
He announced on Twitter that the agreement had been reached despite Chelsea’s interest in acquiring him during the summer transfer window.
At Stamford Bridge, a midfield reconstruction was unquestionably necessary, and Camavinga was one of the names mentioned in connection with a move to West London.
Last season, the Frenchman was seen by the Blues up close, with his flexibility in especially on display.
During the game, he played left-back and did well against players like Raheem Sterling and Joao Felix who were in charge of producing opportunities and goals.
Camavinga made a strong impression, and it was easy to understand why the Blues were interested in signing him.
Camavinga agrees to a new deal
However, they ultimately took a different route. They were able to finalize a deal to pay a club record to sign Moises Caicedo.
Along with Enzo Fernandez, he is now starting to make an impression. Of course, Romeo Lavia has yet to make his debut following his summer signing.
Even if they were eager to consider signing Camavinga in the future, it appears that they will be let down by the excessive release clause in his current contract.
Eduardo Camavinga has signed a new, long-term contract with Real Madrid that is good until June 2028, according to Romano. New release limit: €1 billion.
A new striker will probably be important to Stamford Bridge’s future transfer ambitions.
Ivan Toney and Victor Osimhen are now mentioned in connection with a January transfer to Chelsea.