On daily basis, the Spanish media outlets are providing updates about the future of Raphael Varane and today, there is another update.
According to a story covered by Sport, Real Madrid have accepted defeat in the hope to agree a new contract with the French defender and after throwing the towel, they are in discussions with the Red Devils to sell their prized asset.
The famous Spanish news source have reported that due to economic crisis, the Los Blancos are strictly following a payment structure but for Varane, they have broken it to offer him a new deal. Still, the player has not put pen to paper and it looks likely that he will not.
It is further stated that Man Utd have submitted a lucrative offer to hire his services in the summer transfer window. The Red Devils do not want to agree a fee more than 45 million euros.
Yesterday, Marca covered an article and revealed that the 28-year-old defender rejected the contract renewal proposed by the La Liga club, who have provided the approval to his agent to reach an agreement to take the defender to Old Trafford.
The media outlet stated that a fee of 50 million euros could be enough to convince the Spanish giants to offload the Les Bleus center half, who earns (Marca) around 6 million euros per season (£100,000-a-week), to Manchester United.
The 20-time English champions last won the Premier League title back in 2013 and since then, they have only finished in second place at best (in 2017-18 and in 2020-21).
With Sancho already secured and Varane probably joining in, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men might have the attacking arsenal and the defensive shield to finally end the title drought.