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Real Madrid to allow Man United to sign Raphael Varane for free on one condition.

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Real Madrid to allow Man United to sign Raphael Varane for free on one condition.

Real Madrid are resolute to get their money’s worth for Man United target Raphael Varane.

According to fresh reports, should Florentino Perez get his own way, Los Blancos will let Varane to join the Red Devils in exchange for a player themselves.

That’s according to European outlet Don Balon, who maintains the Spanish giants are open to bargaining with super-agent Mino Raiola over a possible transfer involving Man United midfielder Paul Pogba.

It has been alleged that the La Liga side could advance the Red Devils a cost-effective offer that would see Varane and Pogba trade places for free.

Almost equal to Varane, Pogba is also out of deal next summer and a move could also be on the cards for the midfielder.


It has also been perceived by MEN that Real Madrid has lately turned down a £50m bid for their center-back.

The Red Devils defense has, on occasion, drawn criticism with Victor Lindelof seen as a weak link.

Real Madrid and France star Raphael Varane could be the man to replace the Swede.

He’s spent ten terms in Spain but has been frustrated that Los Blancos chiefs did not prioritize a new contract for him.

Instead, they opened talks with Luka Modric, Lucas Vazquez, and Sergio Ramos ahead of him, with the latter opting to quit the Bernabeu this summer.

Now Varane is said to behalting on a two-year extension opportunity and has just 12 months to run on his current deal.

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Real Madrid to allow Man United to sign Raphael Varane for free on one condition.


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