Tue 30 March 2021 | 11:56

Grealish, Camavinga & Konate’s agent expects a busy summer

The three players have caught the attention of many big clubs around Europe and Jonathan Barnett believes they may depart in the summer.

Jack Grealish


Eduardo Camavinga


Ibrahima Konate

’s agent is confident that four ‘very big deals’ that involve the trio are going to be signed.

Their agent

Jonathan Barnett

has been receiving offers from

Manchester United




Manchester City


Real Madrid

. Barnett may “break a lot of records” and receive offers from high-profile clients if his players transfer in the summer.

It is (the transfer window) going to be harder. I’m expecting three or four very big deals of my own that will break a lot of records,"

he told

 The Athletic


"Hopefully, they’ll come about. For the smaller clubs, I think there won’t be as many transfers.

"We have some very good players, we have probably the best young player in the world in Eduardo Camavinga.

"We’ve got Grealish, we’ve got Ibrahima Konate at RB Leipzig. But then I’ve got over 100 players."

The France international


has been a crucial player for Rennes since 2019.


, Manchester United and Real Madrid are eyeing the midfielder, and Barnett insists he has a promising future.

Camavinga can play next year in the Premier League. He is that good. Whether he will or not, I don’t know,"

he said.

"His background has been tough if you know what he went through as a refugee and the burning of his home [in Rennes]. But his character is amazingly strong. He is not your average 18-year-old. Playing in front of 100,000 people is not going to scare him. He’s a lovely boy and I think he’s going to be a superstar."

source: SportMob

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