Having made his name as one of the most exciting young talents, the 18-year-old is understood to be a target for several European heavyweights.
Eduardo Camavinga admits he is flattered by reported interest from Real Madrid and Bayern Munich but is yet to make a firm decision on his future.
Camavinga enjoyed a breakthrough season with Rennes in 2019/20 as his impressive performances helped Rennes qualify for the Champions League for the very first time in their history by securing a third-place Ligue 1 finish.
The teenager earned a first call-up to the France national team and went on to become the youngest player ever to play for France since 1914.
Rennes could be forced to cash in on their prized asset this summer out of fear of losing him for free in the next one as, if rumors are to be believed, the midfielder is against renewing his contract with the club beyond 2022.
“I’ve not yet thought it over with my family,” Camavinga communicated, discussing his future on TF1.
“I am first concentrating on Rennes. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich interest is something nice, I can’t lie. It’s nice that big clubs have interest, but I’m not focused on that.”