Real Madrid defensive midfielder Casemiro has built a reputation as being the best No. 6 on the planet. Replacing him will be extremely difficult, with Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni largely being seen as the only likely, suitable No. 6 on the transfer market. Thus, he has become the best target in midfield for the Merengues this summer.
When Real Madrid signed Eduardo Camavinga for 30 million euros from Rennes in the summer transfer window, Madridistas knew they were getting a bargain. But even many fans could not have predicted how quickly Camavinga would assert himself as the highest level of football. It is one thing to hold...
Real Madrid center midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has already been proven to be quite the signing. When Los Blancos agreed to purchase him from Rennes this past summer after the Frenchman turned down more money from Ligue 1 rivals PSG, Madridistas were already excited and felt that Camavinga was a bargain at 30 million euros.
Real Madrid fans have been calling for Eduardo Camavinga to receive more minutes in midfield throughout the 2021/22 season. He has been a difference-maker in his opportunities this season, whether in LaLiga or the Champions League. After his brilliance in the late stages of the second leg against Chelsea, Camavinga fully won over Madridistas.
Real Madrid has made its way to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League by going through a hard route. Los Blancos won the ties late in the second legs of their Round of 16 and Quarter-final clashes against Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea respectively, and their substitutes played a huge role in winning the game for Real Madrid. One such player whose freshness and energy off the bench proved to be very useful for Real Madrid is Eduardo Camavinga.
Luka Modric and Eduardo Camavinga both score long-range stunners in Real Madrid's 4-1 win over Real Sociedad, a result which extends their lead at the top of La Liga. READ MORE: Real Madrid came from behind to beat Real Sociedad and go eight points clear at the top of La Liga.
At first, it looked like Real Madrid were headed for another disappointing result. They surrendered a penalty early in the match, as Dani Carvajal was once again the villain with an ill-advised challenge on fellow LaLiga veteran David Silva. Mikel Oyarzabal dispatched the penalty with such aplomb that even an outstretched Thibaut Courtois, who had saved his previous three penalties, could do nothing about the strike.
Real Madrid have superbly flipped the script at half time in their La Liga clash with Real Sociedad as Los Blancos lead 2-1 at the break. La Real grabbed their chance to take an early lead as Dani Carvajal was penalised for a foul on David Silva. Visiting skipper Mikel...
Report: Eduardo Camavinga 'Accepts' Liverpool Transfer Move With Jurgen Klopp 'In Control' Of The Situation
Liverpool has an aging squad. With James Milner set to leave at the end of the season, Jordan Henderson not getting any younger and other options either not up for it or consistently injured it is clear that Liverpool needs to invest. One name that was tossed around was Eduardo...
France international Eduardo Camavinga is allowed to leave Real Madrid with Liverpool keen on obtaining his services according to a report. The 19 year old made the move to the Santiago Bernabéu in the summer for a reported fee of £27.9million from Ligue 1 club Rennes. It was...
Real Madrid have been boosted by some key returns ahead of this weekend’s La Liga clash at home to Valencia. Los Blancos kicked off 2022 with a shock 1-0 defeat away at Getafe on January 2, with their title rivals closing the gap as a result. However, boss Carlo...
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Real Madrid did not make it look pretty out there, and they were actually outplayed on the road by the underdogs through the first 40 minutes. But an early Eder Militao goal, a second-half go-ahead strike from Marco Asensio, and a late goal from substitute Isco were enough to ensure Los Blancos exorcised their Alcoyano demons in the Round of 32 of the Copa del Rey.
According to a report, Liverpool are weighing up a €45million move for Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga. The 19 year old only moved to the Spanish capital in the summer, making the move from Ligue 1 club Rennes, for a reported fee of around £30million. As reported by...
Eduardo Camavinga was given the difficult task of deputising for Casemiro last night at San Mames as Real Madrid won a hard-fought battle with Athletic Club 2-1. The Frenchman was under pressure from the first minute as Marcelino’s side pressed high, and coped admirably. But he’s divided opinion at the same time.
Real Madrid signed one of the best prospects in the world this past summer for just 30-40 million euros, pending add-ons. When you watch Eduardo Camavinga, it is often hard to believe that he is just 18. And what’s even more remarkable is that he has been playing at the highest level for two seasons, having entered Madrid’s radar in 2019 as a 16-year-old after a scintillating midfield performance against PSG.
Real Madrid travel to the Martinez Valero this afternoon to take on Elche in La Liga . Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be on the hunt for nothing less than three points. Madrid beat Barcelona 2-1 in El Clasico at Camp Nou last Sunday, but only managed a scoreless draw at home to Osasuna during the week. Elche haven’t won since October third, and lost 1-0 to struggling Alaves on Tuesday night.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be keen to build on their impressive 2-1 victory away at Barcelona in El Clasico at the weekend, while Osasuna will be eager to get over the disappointment of drawing 1-1 with Granada at El Sadar on Friday evening. Ancelotti has started Thibaut Courtois in goal...
Barcelona have drawn attention recently for their use of young players like Ansu Fati, Gavi and Pedri, but while the Camp Nou club's financial issues have forced them to blood teenagers in the first team perhaps sooner than they would have liked, LaLiga rivals Real Madrid also have a collection of youngsters who are key to their future.
A new man is strutting his stuff at Real Madrid. He may only be 18 years old, but Eduardo Camavinga has already won over Real’s heart and is next in line to spearhead Los Blancos’ midfield over the coming seasons. The €30 million ($35 million) midfielder does more than raise fans’ hopes of success, though. If all goes to plan, Camavinga will pick up the baton from the aging duo of Luka Modric and Toni Kroos—a changing of the guard that could also result in marketing potential and brand endorsements aplenty for the young Frenchman.