The manager believes the Frenchman will play for Real Madrid in a similar capacity as Valverde.
Carlo Ancelotti has had the opportunity to speak with practically all of the team members individually at Real Madrid’s training camp in the United States.
The Italian has revealed his most recent intentions in private conversations and has given counsel and compassion to players who have both individual and team goals. Eduardo Camavinga, who was one of the discoveries of last season, was the subject of one of those discussions Ancelotti had.
The French midfielder immediately established himself as the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu’s outstanding sub, and his substitute performances in the Champions League were crucial. He shown that despite being just 19 years old, he had more than enough talent to play for the team by always being willing to assist with changing games.
Both the player and Ancelotti, who is already preparing to coach the Frenchman’s second season at Madrid, are aware of this.
The goal is for him to play more for the team than he did the previous year, albeit maybe not as many as the player would desire. Along with hoping to play regularly for Real Madrid, Camavinga also hopes to make the France team for the World Cup in Qatar. He pushed himself even more throughout his summer break because of this.
He does not have the same situation as Aurelien Tchouameni, who is very well guaranteed a spot on Didier Deschamps’ roster. Camavinga needs to play frequently for Real Madrid in order to finally open the door. However, a starting XI berth is now impossible with Casemiro, Toni Kroos, and Luka Modric on the team.
Ancelotti advises the player to maintain composure because of this. The coach has made it apparent that he will be a key player, that he will play more minutes than last year, and that he will start if he proves himself worthy, but he has also helped him realize that he still needs to be patient and continue to pick up tips from the veterans. He encourages him to follow Fede Valverde’s example and pursue a career at Real Madrid since, at the age of 19, he still has a lot of space for progress.