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VIDEO ANALYSIS: What Eduardo Camavinga Brings to Real Madrid

Raj dissects the wonderkid’s profile via data and film and explains eight key strengths

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French international midfielder Eduardo Camavinga — who made his debut with Les Blues at just 17 years old — is on his way from Rennes to Real Madrid for a reported fee of €31m with the 18 year old rejecting moves to both PSG and Manchester United.

The starlet has long been sought after by Los Blancos for a number of reasons. In the following video, I outlined eight of those reasons based on the player’s data and film from his two years playing consistent first XI football at Rennes:

Camavinga certainly possesses many of the qualities to be a stalwart on this Real Madrid side for years to come and if he continues on his current trajectory and maintains the same mentality, he has a very good chance at becoming one of the best all-around midfielders in the world. From Angola to France to World Class.


Dr. Rajpal Brar, DPT has a doctorate in physical therapy from Northern Arizona University, and runs his own in-person and online sports medicine and performance business, 3CB Performance, in West LA and Valencia, CA in which he further combines his movement expertise and fitness training. He also works at a hospital — giving him experience with patients in the immediate healthcare setting and neurological patients (post stroke, post brain injury) — and has been practicing for 4 years. Brar is additionally training at UCLA’s mindful awareness research center (MARC), has a background in youth football coaching and analyzes Real Madrid from a medical and skills perspective for Managing Madrid and on his own YouTube Channel. You can follow him on Twitter at @3cbPerformance.