The Athletic report that Camavinga, 18, will turn down another agreement offer at Rennes which they say makes them ready for a mid-year move with his agreement due to lapse in 2022.
The midfielder is probably the most smoking property in Ligue 1 with a lot of clubs reputed to be keen on getting his administrations.
Spanish outlet Marca has recorded Arsenal as one of the clubs keen on marking Camavinga alongside Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Campbell demands Camavinga could be decent getting paperwork done for the Gunners yet he would require time to get comfortable England with no experience of the Premier League.
"Better believe it, I figure he could be a great marking," Campbell disclosed to Football Insider journalist Dylan Childs.
"We've seen players from France set aside a smidgen of effort to absorb to the Premier League because there's an alternate speed, a marginally unique mindset, and distinctive pressing factor in English football.
"He's very a decent player who can do a task for Arsenal on the off chance that they proceed to sign him."
Camanvinga has begun 31 of Rennes' 33 Ligue 1 games this season with the club pushing for a main four completion in a firmly battled class table.
One of Camavinga's previous managers, Nicolas Martinis, said this regarding the player, "The straightforwardness and the development he shows on the pitch are unfathomable. He's ready a ton, he seldom parts with it and he's extremely full grown. That is the thing that takes you out. For his age, it's truly astounding."
Elsewhere in the world, an account master claims Arsenal is 'in harm's way' and should make a move after a £2billion uncover.
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