French youngster Eduardo Camavinga is angling for a move to European giants Real Madrid according to reports.
Spanish publication Marca indicates that the 17-year old is a top target for Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane with the player said to be a big admirer of the coach.
The reports further indicate that the youngster has told his agent and family that he fancies a move to the Spanish capital and would wish for the transfer to be done as early as possible.
Juni Calafat, the Madrid chief scout, is said to have been following the player since he was 14 and identified the central midfielder as a player for both the present and the future.
Despite his age, Camavinga has been one of the best performers in the Ligue One this season and is among the top tacklers in all of the big five European leagues; reports saying he is being lined up as a future replacement for Brazilian Casemiro.
Apart from Madrid, the Rennes midfielder is attracting interest from French giants Paris Saint Germain who are said to be looking for a midfielder to replace Marco Veratti who have been struggling with injuries recently.
Camavinga who has his roots from Angola, moved to France when he was two years old.