In spite of the fact that Manchester United has not yet officially confirmed Raphael Varane’s arrival,
it is claimed that the Frenchman practiced with his new teammates today. A deal for £34million was completed with Real Madrid approximately two weeks ago, and the Frenchman has signed a long-term contract with the club upon his arrival.
Because of this, United has had to navigate several tiny potholes on the road since its inception in 2008.
First and foremost, there were issues with Varane’s visa, which caused his trip from Madrid to England to be delayed.
Varane, on the other hand, was compelled to isolate for five days upon arriving due to official travel rules.
While in quarantine, the World Cup champion would be able to watch the Red Devils beat Everton 4-0 in their last pre-season friendly on Manchester United TV.
Following rumors that his physical was passed without incident, United supporters have been clamoring for an official statement from the club.
Sport Witness, on the other hand, is now saying that Varane’s image rights are preventing the transaction from moving forward.
Although the problem does not appear to be a danger to the transfer, it is possible that it will be fixed immediately or within a few days.
According to a source, in the meanwhile, Varane was out at Carrington today training with the Manchester United team.
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It is still uncertain if he will be able to register in time to play Leeds United on Saturday in the club’s Premier League debut at Old Trafford Stadium (12:30pm)
Varane does not even have a squad number at the club yet, but there has been talking that he may take over Phil Jones’ No 4 shirt in the near future.
Sport Witness, on the other hand, now claims that the four-time Champions League winner might be on his way to taking Amad’s No. 19.
It has been worn by players such as Dwight Yorke, Edwin Van der Sar, and Marcus Rashford in past seasons.
United have given the go-ahead for the Ivorian wonderkid to join another club on loan, assuming that the appropriate opportunity presents itself.
He formerly wore the No 5 jersey for Real Madrid, but he now wears the No 5 shirt for Manchester United, which is presently held by Harry Maguire.
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Varane is likely to partner England center-back Joe Hart in the heart of the defense, though he may have to clear the way for Victor Lindelof first, according to reports.
After settling into his new surroundings, the Swede is anticipated to start Saturday’s match against Leeds as Varane starts his transfer and adaption to his new environment.