Manchester United can sign Varane for just £ 40m this summer – Soccer Sports

Real Madrid are ready to sell Manchester United’s target Raphaël Varane for just £ 40m, according to a new report.

Red Devil’s is said to be one of the top candidates to sign this transfer window to Rice from West Ham. He wants to take that step up in the game and play in one of the biggest clubs.

With rumors that Real Madrid are trying to raise some money to sign their own top target this summer, there are also many rumors suggesting that Varane is the player the club wants. It was in the media.

It is a well-known fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to have a big impact on this transfer window, and adding a player like Varane who won almost every big trophy made a statement to other members of the league. Will be sent.

Now, athletics claim that the Spaniards will reluctantly agree on a valuable deal between £ 40m and £ 45m for the defenders.

World Cup winners have only one year to execute a contract in the Spanish capital. He hinted that he didn’t want to sign the extension because he wanted to face new challenges elsewhere.

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You see, how many times will a player like Varane enter the transfer market? And if United doesn’t take action when they can get one of the best in his position to bargain this transfer window, they’ll be stupid.

Varane will be the perfect partner for Magwire behind, so fans will love this guy if they can sign a transfer deal.


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