Manchester United told they'll have to pay release clause to land Varane

According to The Sun, Madrid want 500 million euros for the defender

Varane inició la remontada del Madrid ante el Valladolid | LALIGA

Manchester United are ready to go all out for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane, according to The Sun. 


The reports coming from England suggest Ole Gunnar Solskjaer want the Frenchman in his side next season, although his release clause is 500 million euros. 

Madrid don't want to let the player go despite his doubts over his own future. There's interest from United, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, but they all know what they have to do: pay his high buyout. 

It's an amount which would more than double the current world record transfer, which saw Neymar move from Barcelona to PSG in 2017 for 220 million. 

Varane's thought to be keen on a new challenge in another league but Madrid will not negotiate his exit. 

The return of Zinedine Zidane is fundamental in that sense, given the Frenchman counts on his compatriot for the future and considers he still has a lot to give the club. 

Varane, 25, has a contract until 2022 and earns around six million euros per year. 


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