Transfers – Bruno Génésio understands why Eduardo Camavinga left Rennes: “In my opinion, he was not well”

“As soon as I saw there was an opportunity, I jumped on it. I knew I was going to be able to thrive here.” During his presentation on Wednesday in Madrid, Eduardo Camavinga was all smiles. Happy to join one of the best clubs in the world. And reassured to have left his training club, Stade Rennais? In an interview given on Friday to The team, Bruno Génésio let it be understood.

Looking back, I think it’s a good thing for him that he’s going abroad

He’s where he deserves to be. I often told him that he did not lose his qualities overnight. There was a particular context which made him more in difficulty at times. But he has the talent, he’s someone who is hardworking, attentive. So he has everything to succeed, he first asserted. Here it had become difficult for him. It was also difficult for us to see him like that because we all wanted him to be good. And, in my opinion, he was not well. The best solution would have been to have another year left, to extend it. But looking back, I think for him it’s a good thing that he’s going abroad.”

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Bruno Génésio also mentioned PSG, a club that has long hoped to be able to attract the 18-year-old French international. “Sometimes, leaving your very close environment, your training club, your comfort zone, is good“, concluded the former technician from OL.

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