According to reports coming from England, Raphael Varane is starting to get impatient with Real Madrid over his exit to Man United.
Real Madrid is supposed to sell Raphael Varane before the end of the summer transfer window, this needs to happen ASAP. The French player already gave his everything to the Spanish giants and he believes he at least deserves the honorable farewell. After forming part of Real Madrid’s most successful era in modern times, the French defender is trying to find a new challenge somewhere else. We’ve been talking about Manchester United’s attempts to sign him but Real Madrid seems to ask for more than the Red Devils are asking to charge.
If they don’t sell Varane right now, they will have to allow him to leave the club for free next summer. Florentino Perez obviously wants to get as much money as he wants for the French star but €60 million seems a steep price for a player who ends his contract next season. All the Red Devils have to do is wait one year and they will get him for free. It’s either that or Real Madrid will have to dramatically lower their expectations for the player.
Varane is tired of the disagreement with Real Madrid.
At 28 years old, Raphael Varane still has at least another good five years to offer at the highest level. English football has been at the forefront of the highest quality one can enjoy in football and Varane obvious wants to be a part of that story. Going to Manchester United means he will reinforce one of the most historic football clubs in the Premier League. His possible arrival means that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will finally have a competitive-enough squad to compete for all the titles again.
Ever since Alex Ferguson left the club, they have been struggling to find the perfect balance that could give them that lost edge they had with the Scotsman. But Varane is reportedly getting impatient as per talkSPORT due to Real Madrid’s inability to make a decision or accept an offer. There is only a €10 million gap between both clubs and the player hopes they can reach some middle ground soon enough.