Man Utd submit offer to agree terms to sign £60.2million star – Report

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We have another update on the transfer saga surrounding Raphael Varane and it looks highly likely that the French central defender will leave Real Madrid this summer.

Few days back, we covered a story (via ABC) claiming that the Red Devils are ready to double the current salary of the Les Bleus star in order to hire his services from Real Madrid.

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As per the latest update provided by the Spanish source, Man Utd have submitted an offer to agree personal terms with the former Lens player.

According to today’s report covered by ABC (press image provided below), it is stated that Varane has not signed a contract renewal as yet and he has no intensions of putting pen to paper to stay at the Bernabeu.

Why? Because Man Utd have offered him terms of a five year contract that will earn him much more than the renewal contract tabled by the Los Blancos.

The news outlet have mentioned that if the La Liga giants fail to reach an agreement with the World Cup winning star then they will allow him to leave this summer for a fee of 70 million euros (£60.2million).

The 28-year-old is one of the best defenders in the world and he has the quality and the experience to strengthen Man Utd’s backline.

In your view, should the Old Trafford outfit meet the asking price of £60.2million to secure the signing of Raphael Varane?


  1. He is not bad though, he is been fantastic season in season out so I think it will be a good deal.

  2. Too much because he only has a year left on his contract. If he really wants to come to United then he will, but to pay Madrid that amount of money….They’ll be laughing all the way to the bank and back.

  3. Man.Utd are the only club although it is such a big club still not signed a player but we can hear other clubs already signing players. What is the matter with this club? Cannot blame some of the fans who have vented their anger and frustration with the owners.

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