September 20, 2021

Manchester United need 42.8 million cousins ​​for Real Madrid defender

Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Real Madrid defender Rafael Varane, but a deal has been agreed. The two clubs have yet to agree on a transfer fee, and the Premier League team could be forced to cough up more money than they initially wanted to spend.

The French defender has so far opposed any move by Real Madrid to extend his contract. Following the possible move to Paris Saint-Germain, it has been reported that a consensus has been reached between the player and the club, who are in the Premier League through Manchester United.

However, negotiations between the Red Devils and the La Liga giants have not been smooth. The Spanish club is unwilling to give up the move, and will only approve the move for a reasonable fee. The main reason he can be persuaded to leave this summer is that he can avoid losing it on a free transfer at the end of the season.