KURT ZOUMA gave a two minute tactic talk to Eduardo Camavinga following Chelsea’s 2-1 win against Rennes.

The Frenchmen faced each other in Tuesday’s Champions League tie, with a 91st minute header from compatriot Olivier Giroud securing Chelsea’s place in the knockout rounds.

Kurt Zouma gave Eduardo Camavinga some tactical tips after Chelesa's 2-1 win over Rennes


Kurt Zouma gave Eduardo Camavinga some tactical tips after Chelesa’s 2-1 win over Rennes

But at full-time, Zouma approached Camavinga on the field to give the 18-year-old midfielder some tips on defending.

Centre-back Zouma, 26, has been a rock at the back for the Blues this season after forming a partnership with Thiago Silva.

And he made sure to give some useful information to highly-rated Camavinga before flying back to London.

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According to RMC, Zouma said: “Sometimes you have to swing when you’re behind. We do it sometimes.

“When there is pressure, you lose the ball and a goal. Every time it’s like this. It happened against PSG too.”

Indeed, should Camavinga be able to improve the defensive side of his game, he could earn a lucrative transfer next summer after catching the eye of Europe’s elite.

Manchester United are said to be huge fans of the wonderkid.

Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are also looking at Camavinga, who has already made 54 senior appearances for Rennes.

The youngster, who has also won three senior France caps, is valued at a whopping £62million by his club.

But Camavinga looks to be preparing for an exit sooner rather than later.

Reports claim he has sacked his agent in order to land a representative with higher standing in the football world.

Jorge Mendes, who represents Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale’s Jonathan Barnett and Pini Zahavi, who was behind Neymar’s world-record £200m move to PSG, are all said to be interested.


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