Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bolister his defence line possibly in summer by signing some of his top targets. United's defence has been something to worry about since they have conceded more goals than any other team in big six.
The Norwegian manager is arguably under pressure following poor run of form accompanied by frustrating consecutive draws and therefore a quick solution is needed.
Manchester United have been trying to lure Raphael Varane for quite some time and it seems their wish might finally be fulfilled in the summer.
The French defender's contract is set to expire on 2022 and therefore Los Blancos are ready to loose him on a free transfer according to MEN. Raphael Verane is being valued at £86m and should Man United trigger the amount, they will have broken Harry Maguire's release clause of £80m.
Meanwhile, United will be facing their local neighbors Manchester City in the Sunday's premier league match.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Manchester United should splash the amount to secure services of French Centre half?
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