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Varane passes pre-season medical with Real Madrid while Manchester United decide to wait to get a cheaper deal


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Varane passes pre-season medical with Real Madrid while Manchester United decide to wait to get a cheaper deal

Real Madrid Raphael Varane is linked with a move away from the club to a deal with the Premier League giant Manchester United

The White angel defender Raphael Varane and the other players who returned from vacation after competing in the Euro will not be able to train with the team until they test negative for Covid.

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane finished his pre-season medical at Valdebebas on Friday morning and immediately went home since he will not be able to rejoin his teammates in training until his Covid-19 tests come back negative, which may take a whole day.


Varane will begin training with his Real Madrid colleagues as soon as that occurs since he will just respect his present contract with Madrid until the club and Manchester United reach an agreement for his move if that occurs.

In that environment, new Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti will almost certainly strive to prove to Varane how vital a player he would be for Los Blancos next season, though Real Madrid would eventually need to strengthen their offer if they want him to extend his contract with the club.


Meanwhile, Manchester United has opted to use their negotiating strength and wait for Madrid to accept a lower offer for Varane. Los Blancos want roughly €60 million, while United is willing to offer around €45 million-plus €5 million in bonuses. The British team is not in a hurry, and it may take longer than expected for this transfer issue to be resolved.


Varane has made more than 300 games for Real Madrid since joining the club in 2009, and he has won 18 major honors with the club, including three La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey win, four UEFA Champions League titles, and four FIFA Club World Cup victories. [6] Varane won the UEFA Champions League for the third time at the age of only 24, becoming him the youngest defender in history to do it three times, surpassing Paolo Maldini, who was 26 at the time of his third triumph.

Varane competed for France in the under-18, under-20, and under-21 levels before making his full international debut in March of that same year. when he played every minute of every game as France went on to win the championship, both included him.

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