Camavinga reveals the identity of his “big brother” in the Merengue

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Bought for 31 million euros by Real Madrid on the last day of the transfer window last summer, Eduardo Camavinga (19) has become in a few months one of the darlings of the Santiago Bernabeu.

After a somewhat timid start, the French midfielder gradually asserted himself with impactful appearances against Paris-Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City in the Champions League. Two weeks before the final, the French international (3 caps, 1 goal) revealed the identity of the one who played the role of “big brother” in the squad. Meringue.

“He’s a nice guy, as they say. Seriously, he’s someone who talks to you and helps you a lot. We have a very good relationship. But I can tell you that if I do something wrong , he will let me know it firmly” declared the former Rennes player about David Alaba, in the columns of France Soccer.

“I realize that I have taken”

As the World Cup in Qatar is fast approaching, Eduardo Camavinga did not want to talk about the Blues, preferring to talk about his muscle mass gain since his arrival at Real Madrid. “Does it transform you, eight months at Real? Yeah, when I see myself shirtless in videos, I realize that I’ve taken. (…) Ah, it’s the biggest club world, huh! It’s not nothing. Everything goes faster in the field, in your development, everywhere… But it’s like all jobs, in fact: if you’re in a top environment and that in addition you feel like at home, you evolve quickly” he concluded.

to summarize

Totally fulfilled for his first season at Real Madrid, Eduardo Camavinga (19) revealed the identity of his “big brother” in the Merengue squad. “He’s a nice guy, as they say. Seriously, he’s someone who talks to you and helps you a lot. We have a very good relationship. But I can tell you that if I do something wrong , he will let me know it firmly“declared the French midfielder, in the columns of France Football.



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