Madrid are now ready to let go of the defender amidst interest from Manchester United and Chelsea
The Blue and Red Devils remain in pursuit for Raphael Varane who is currently valued at over €100m in less than 2-years at Santiago Bernabeu.
With so much debt on Madrid’s neck, the Spanish side are looking to recover and letting Varane leave now for a reasonable amount would be more profitable.
The Frenchman would become a free agent by 2022 and that’s what Florentino Perez is trying to avoid.
With the proposed European Super League more like a failed project now, Madrid are keen to recoup losses from other sources.
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The former UCL champions are disclosed to be in €900m debt and likely pushed for the ESL as a means to regain money lost during the COVID19 period.
In confirmation to their willingness to let Raphael Varane leave, Real Madrid‘s president, Perez said;
‘Varane? I’m happy with our team… if players don’t want to stay at Madrid they can leave.’
The two English sides pushing for his signature are now left to tussle out who gets to keep him.
Definitely won’t be a battle of money alone but also choice as the both teams are in quest to strengthen up their defense lines.
Although Chelsea have seen the arrival of Thiago Silva firing up the department but still believes adding Varane to the list would prove better.
Likewise Man United who believe Lens man arriving Old Trafford would reduce number of errors conceded in their own box.
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