Canada Without Camavinga, Rennes beats Angers on the wire

23:40  01 august  2020
23:40  01 august  2020 Source:   sport24.lefigaro.fr

Rennes, Camavinga and Niang soap operas: Holveck says it all!

 Rennes, Camavinga and Niang soap operas: Holveck says it all! Asked by RMC, the president of Stade Rennais confirmed that the probability of seeing his two stars leave was very low. © Provided by Football 365 Rennes convincing "For me it is clear, this player must be part of the project for the coming season, he said. We want to continue with this player". The words of Florian Maurice a few weeks ago left little room for doubt about the short-term future of the nugget Eduardo Camavinga.

  Sans Camavinga, Rennes bat Angers sur le fil © Panoramic

Rennes continued its preparation by beating Angers on the wire on Saturday 1 to 0 in a disputed friendly match but deprived of a goal until a header against its camp of Angevin defender Mateo Pavlovic at the very end of the game.

In the silence of the closed door at the Rabine stadium in Vannes, the two teams showed a real commitment but the opportunities were rare on both sides, with the exception of a goal from James Lea Siliki refused for an offside position (30). It was not until a corner from Clément Grenier in the 89th minute to see Pavlovic head the ball back into Paul Bernardoni's cage.

"I saw some interesting things", however declared the trainer Julien Stéphan, evoking a "rise in range in the preparation". To give playing time to as many players as possible, the coach made nine changes shortly after the hour mark. But several of his executives, including young star Eduardo Camavinga, were not on the scoreboard. match, because of "small glitches" without gravity according to Stéphan.

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 Bundesliga: Bayern? Camavinga is committed The midfield jewel Eduardo Camavinga, coveted throughout Europe, is said to have decided against moving to Bayern Munich. After completing his active career at SV Werder Bremen, Claudio Pizarro is again on Säbener Straße. Chelsea are worried about injury before the knockout round of the Champions League. Also: Franz Beckenbauer reacts to the comparison made by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge with David Alaba. © Provided by SPOX Desired throughout Europe: Eduardo Camavinga.

Rennes in training course in Vannes

The “Rouge et Noir” start Saturday a training course in the bay of Vannes, during which they still have to face Lorient on Tuesday and Brest on August 8, before a trip to Nice on August 15. Third in the last championship, Rennes, which now displays the ambition to play for European places each season, is preparing for the first Champions League campaign in its history.

The Bretons have their ticket for the third qualifying round of the competition in a dry match on September 15 or 16, before a possible round-trip jump-off on September 22/23 and 29/30. But they could go directly to the group stage if Manchester United, Shakhtar Donetsk, Sevilla FC, Inter Milan or Basaksehir, already qualified for the C1, win the Europa League on August 21.

Rennes on Carvalho?

 Rennes on Carvalho? © Supplied by Sofoot Big shot in perspective? Stade Rennes would be interested in 2016 European champion William Carvalho, according to information from AS . The Portuguese, who plays for Betis Sevilla, would be a major reinforcement for the Rennes midfield. Especially if the Bretons play the next Champions League, as planned.

Gallery: Rennes / Mercato: Stéphan's unwanted departures (Onze Mondial)

L'arrivée de Nicolas Holveck, combiné à celle de Florian Maurice, va forcément donner un nouvel élan au Stade Rennais. Les deux nouvelles têtes du SRFC entendent déjà agir au niveau du mercato estival, alors que plusieurs noms circulent. Mais forcément, des éléments de Rennes seront amenés à quitter le club, temporairement ou définitivement. C'est déjà le cas de Jérémy Morel et Jakob Johansson.Découvrez quels joueurs pourraient être amenés à quitter Rennes cet été.

Arsenal, nine players in the hot seat! .
© Supplied by Sports.fr collage-arsenal Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta would like to rebuild his squad in depth this summer. Alexandre Lacazette and Mattéo Guendouzi could pay the price. The FA Cup victory, which secures Arsenal a place in the Europa League next season, does not change anything. For Mikel Arteta, the London club must make a 180-degree turn this summer by rebuilding a good part of its workforce.

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