Eduardo Camavinga talks Mbappe, Ronaldo, Benzema, Bellingham, and Vinicius Jr

Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni players of Real Madrid are training at Valdebebas training ground on April 12, 2024 in Madrid, Spain.

Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camaving has said that Karim Benzema is the best player he has ever played with.

Speaking in a chat with Oh My Goal France, the young midfielder participated in a fun segment where he also revealed that former forward Cristiano Ronaldo happens to be his role model.

“Best player I have played with? If I had to choose one… Kylian [Mbappe] isn’t with me on a daily basis, so I’d say Karim [Benzema],” said the midfielder as quoted by Madrid Xtra.

Upon asking who inspires him at Real Madrid, Camavinga added, “Who inspires me the most at Real Madrid? Toni Kroos & Luka Modric.”

On Bellingham and Ronaldo

Despite being only 21 years of age, Camavinga has made the first team spot his own. The player acknowledges possessing elements of Ronaldo’s mentality and draws inspiration from his career trajectory.

“For sure, he’s a role model. I think he’s a role model for everyone. What he’s doing is incredible & what he did in his career is incredible. We can only be inspired by him.”

Furthermore, Camavinga also talked about the impact Jude Bellingham has made in his debut season, saying that he did not expect the England international to score so many goals.

“I didn’t think he’d score so many goals. He helps us in matches because it’s great to score goals. But you also have to look at what he does on the pitch & what he does is incredible,” he said.

Thoughts on Vincius Jr.

The young Frenchman conceded that the likes of Vinicius Jr and Bellingham are the most technical players at Real Madrid at the moment.

Above all, he also mentioned that Vinicius’ mentality is top-notch as he does not want to stop at anything.

“Best technical players at Real Madrid? I’d say Vini & Jude Bellingham.”

“The quality that impresses me the most about Viní Jr? His strength, he’s someone who never stops. And his physique. And above all his mentality too,” he added.

Lastly, Camavinga revealed the name of the player who complains a lot, “The player who complains the most at Real Madrid? There are a lot but I’ll say Dani Ceballos.”

Real Madrid have the daunting task of beating Manchester City at Etihad when these two teams take on each other next week.

But while the club prepare for the big encounter, the board is already working ’round the clock for the season ahead. The team, after all, will likely go through a series of changes.

One of them could be the exit of Dani Ceballos. The midfielder is one of many players facing an uncertain future at Santiago Bernabeu and his departure looks inevitable.

Ceballos already looking for options

A recent report from Jorge Picon has offered an update on the future of Dani Ceballos, suggesting that the midfielder has already started looking for options elsewhere.

Picon adds that Ceballos is frustrated with his current role at Real Madrid. This is hardly surprising as only Arda Guler has played fewer minutes than the Spaniard this season.

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It must be noted that Guler was out with an injury throughout the first half of the campaign. Ceballos, therefore, is indeed facing a precarious situation at the Bernabeu.

Will Ceballos make a comeback?

While the season is indeed nearing its close, Real Madrid’s focus on the UEFA Champions League could translate into a few chances for Ceballos.

Tonight’s game against Mallorca, for example, could see the Spaniard make a return to the starting eleven, especially with Carlo Ancelotti keeping an eye on next week’s UCL encounter against Manchester City.

However, one might argue that it is too little too late. The Real Madrid midfield is already overbooked, especially with Toni Kroos likely to be handed another renewal.

An exit, therefore, appears to be the most logical way out for Ceballos. The midfielder has already been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid among other clubs, so it will be interesting to see how things transpire in the coming months.

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