Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer Eduardo Camavinga in a player-plus-cash deal to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham.
Nevertheless, speculation continues to swirl surrounding Camavinga’s future, with Sky Sports in Germany, via The Sun, claiming that Real Madrid will consider including the midfielder in a big-money deal to sign Bellingham.
The report adds that Los Blancos are not prepared to meet Dortmund’s £135m asking price for Bellingham after forking out around £60m on 16-year-old starlet Endrick from Palmeiras, but they are prepared to pay as much as €100m (£88m) plus Camavinga.
Real Madrid are said to be ‘desperate’ to fend off interest from Premier League clubs in the race to sign Bellingham and hope their player-plus-cash deal can persuade Dortmund to sell their star man.
A recent report claims that Bellingham will reject the chance to sign a new long-term contract with the Bundesliga club, as he seeks for a move away from Germany this summer.
Ancelotti recently played down suggestions that Real Madrid are plotting a big-money move for Bellingham or any other high-profile midfielder ahead of the summer window, telling reporters: “There are a lot of youngsters, like Enzo [Fernandez], and a lot of midfielders who are coming through, some of them Spanish.