Manchester United has finally agreed a deal with Real Madrid for the transfer of Raphael Varane. The Manchester Evening News confirmed on Monday evening, 26th July, 2021 that a deal has finally been agreed for the signing of the France Midfielder. This follows after long periods of negotiations between Manchester United and Real Madrid with personal terms already agreed between the club and the player. The deal is set to be less than €50 million and the 28 years old is now set to have his medicals at the Carrington training grounds before becoming Ole Gunnar Solkjaer’s second summer signing.
The world cup winner refused to sign a new contract with Real Madrid with his current contract expiring next year. Due to this, Real Madrid decided to sell him for a fee instead of letting him go for free next year.
Varane will now join Jadon Sancho as the second signing of Manchester United with the club announcing Sancho's transfer just last week.
Manchester United fans hope that all these transfers will produce some silverwares the next season and also mount a serious title challenge with noisy neighbors Manchester City.
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