A report in the Spanish store OkDiario shows that Real Madrid has decided to accept Raphael Varane for 50 million euros, while Manchester United and Liverpool are listed as one of his potential bidders.
Although the French player may not have reached his best form this season, he has been one of the best defenders in Europe for many years.
Most importantly, Varane’s current Madrid contract will expire at the end of next season, which may mean that he will eventually leave the Bernabéu freely, and the Spanish giants would definitely rather avoid this. So it might make sense for Los Blancos to use him to cash out if it is still possible.
Raphael Varane is closely linked to Real Madrid's withdrawal, they are likely to attract people like Varane after the disappointing season, and they definitely need Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire upgrade.
After suffering so many injuries this season, Liverpool definitely needs to strengthen in the defensive area . Joel Matip and Joe Gomez are undoubtedly easy to become long-term. Reliable choice. If Liverpool could win the race to Sign the French international it would be a big boost for the them.
Varane has won three La Liga titles, a Copa del Rey and four Champions Leagues since moving from to Real Madrid from Lens in 2011, while he lifted the World Cup with France in 2018.
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