Manchester united are set to be busy this transfer window with the club expected to sign quality players to strengthen their current squad ahead of the 2021/2022 Campaign. The Red devil's are eager to bring in new faces in the team to help them challenge for trophies after another trophyless 2021 season which saw them loss to Villareal in the Europa league final and finish second in the Premeir league.
Ole Gunnar Solkjaer has prioritised the signature of a centre back this summer to fix the Red devil's leaky defense as well as a reliable partner to United captain Harry Maguire in the heart of united defense.
Manchester United top target this summer, Real Madrid defender and France International Raphael Varane is about to enter his final 12 months of his Contract at the Santiago Bernerbue and according to the sun Reports, Real Madrid are willing to sale the player this summer rather than loosing him for free next summer. The Spanish Giants are reportedly willing to let the Frenchman leave for a fee of around £52m.
This will come as good news to Manchester United fans as Varane would potentially be a suitable partner for Harry Maguire in defense next season due to the 28 year old vast experience with the Los blancos where he has made a total of 360 appearances and helped them to four Champions league crowns and three Laliga trophies.
However Manchester United management should move quickly in acquiring the services of the exceptional centre back, with fellow English side Chelsea also reported to be interested in the Real Madrid defender.
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