Inside Eduardo Camavinga's insane body transformation from skinny teen to ripped Real Madrid enforcer | The Sun

REAL MADRID star Eduardo Camavinga has undergone an incredible body transformation.

The Frenchman arrived in the Spanish capital during the summer of 2021 as a skinny 18-year-old.

But in just two years, he has bulked up and become a key man for club and country.

Camavinga came through the academy at Rennes and was dubbed a wonderkid due to his outstanding technical ability rather than his strength.

An old photo believed to have been taken in 2020 shows a thin-looking midfielder when he had just a handful of senior Ligue 1 appearances to his name.

He went on to play 75 times in the first-team as a scrawny teenager before completing his move to the Santiago Bernabeu for £34.4million.


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Since joining the 14-time Champions League winners, Camavinga has hit the gym and now boasts a muscular physique, making him hard to shrug off the ball and even more difficult to dribble beyond.

Real Madrid planned special training sessions for him so he could get more ripped and the 20-year-old even hired a personal chef and his own physiotherapist to ensure he kept on top of his fitness.

Camavinga admitted to struggling after a draining pre-season workout when he first became a Los Blancos player and he knew he had to improve physically and mentally.

He said: "In my first training session, I had a bad time physically. I think I almost threw up, we did a lot of things, but I adapted.

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"As I have a physical trainer and now I play a bit more, we vary our sessions.

"I told him that I had a tendency in the support runs that wasn't necessarily the best, and so we worked on that.

"In particular, we worked on liveliness, with mental things at the same time to work on the senses.

"We worked on the senses to improve reactivity. Also to process information. In the midfield, players come from everywhere."

Camavinga has won LaLiga and the Champions League since becoming more robust and he was part of the France squad that came runners-up in last year's World Cup.

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