Man Utd agree deal to sign £45million player – Journalist

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Manchester United are consistently linked with Raphael Varane and the latest reports coming from Spain indicate that the Red Devils have a agreed a deal with Real Madrid to sign the French defender.

Spanish journalist, Pipi Estrada told El Chiringuito TV that the agreement between Man Utd and the Los Blancos for the transfer of the Les Bleus star is ‘total’ i.e. complete. He did not talk about any fee.

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Few days back, The Independent reported that the 28-year-old player wants to secure a move to Old Trafford if his huge salary demands are met.

However, another Spanish journalist in the form of Edu Aguirre has told El Chiringuito TV that as per his information, the former Lens center half does not want to leave the 13-time European Champions. Aguirre did not deny or said anything about the agreement claim made by Estrada.

The decorated star was hoping to get the winners medal at the European Championships but last night, Switzerland bounced back from two goals down to force extra time and then ended up ousting World Champions France on penalty kicks.

Now that Varane’s tournament is over, his future might be resolved soon. The Frenchman has got the experience and quality to strengthen any defense in the world and as per reports (The Athletic), he is valued at around £45million by the La Liga giants.

Manchester United conceded 44 goals in the Premier League last term, two more than Liverpool, who were without all their senior central defenders for majority of the campaign.

To challenge for the league title, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must sign a defensive leader, who can effectively command the backline and Varane would be a world class addition.




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  1. United can sign who they like but iI still wouldn’t pay good money to see present-day football. I have supported United since ’54 (1st match Newcastle 2-2 Roger Byrne scored a pen) when it cost me 9d 3.75p (junior) to watch and be enthralled by 90 minutes of teams trying to score more goals than the opposition, not merely trying to ensure they didn’t lose by playing keep ball w2ith more backward than forward passes. I do support the youngsters, far more entertaining, and even travel to watch whenever possible. I want to be entertained; winning is the cherry on the cake. I can remember more standout moments from the late 50s than I can from the modern teams, george (the) best and fergies teams were of course exceptional. Of course once a Red… I still watch them on the box and always the first results I look for, men’s to under 18’s, women’s teams excepted not interested although nthe modern game is more suited to them.

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