Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has been called up to the France U21 squad to replace Matteo Guendouzi, who was called up to the senior squad as a replacement for Blaise Matuidi.
The teenager has starred for Rennes at the base of midfield, producing a particularly impressive performance against PSG at the start of the season.
Camavinga became the youngest-ever player to win the Ligue 1 Player of the Month award after a string of fine displays in the heart of Rennes' midfield.
Camavinga's astonishing maturity and decision-making skills have caused the footballing world to take note, and now the elegant left-footer will have his chance for the France U21s.
Camavinga was born in Angola in 2002, but he has lived in France since he was two. Just a week ago, the teenager officially became a French citizen. He turned 17 on the 10th of November, just three days ago.
Here's a closer look at his stellar performance against PSG when Rennes beat the French champions mostly thanks to a breakout display from Camavinga.
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