Real Madrid ‘agree’ to Raphael Varane move amid £ 25million concerns – .

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Real Madrid ‘agree’ to Raphael Varane move amid £ 25million concerns – .


With Jadon Sancho’s move about to be announced, Manchester United’s transfer activity is in full swing.
The Red Devils have seen an offer for the winger accepted by Borussia Dortmund for Euro 2020, and are expected to work out the final details of the deal before moving on to other goals.

At the top of their list is Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane, who is closing in on a move to Old Trafford.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also believed to be considering a new defensive midfielder, with talks West Ham’s Declan Rice not leaving.

So, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hoping to mount a challenge for the Premier League title next season, departures may also be needed to improve the overall quality of their squad.

Mirror Football brings you Friday’s summary of the latest Manchester United transfer news.



West Ham midfielder Declan Rice played a leading role for England at Euro 2020

West Ham draws up Rice plan

West Ham has laid out a plan which he hopes will see United and Chelsea’s interest in star midfielder Declan Rice.

Rice has become a key player for the Hammers, making 32 Premier League appearances as they qualified for Europe last season, while his performances with England at Euro 2020 will certainly not have hurt to its value.

These postings also mean West Ham is at serious risk of losing a player who was their captain for much of the last campaign.

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With three years left on his contract, the Hammers have been keen to tie him to a long-term deal, but Rice has rejected two offers for a new deal so far.

According to The Sun, David Moyes wants Felipe Anderson’s impending transfer to Serie A, Lazio, to be made as soon as possible.

This will free up £ 100,000 a week in salary which West Ham can then spend on keeping their star man to avoid having to sell him to United or Chelsea.



Raphael Varane set to leave Real Madrid for Man Utd this summer

Real Madrid ‘accept’ Varane transfer

Real Madrid have agreed that defender Raphael Varane is likely to leave the club this summer and are now awaiting a formal offer from Manchester United.

Madrid are set to cash the Frenchman this summer at a price that will be dictated by his contractual situation rather than his natural abilities, with only a year to go on his current contract.

A report from Goal now describes the latest update on the situation with the Spanish giants now resigning themselves to the player’s departure.

They would have made Varane an offer to renew their contract before the European Championships which will take place this summer.

The player delayed any response to this proposal as he wanted to focus on Euro 2020 with France and needed time to reflect.

Les Bleus were knocked out in the round of 16 more than two weeks ago and there has yet to be an update that has led Madrid to believe an exit is the likely outcome.



Eduardo Camavinga is firmly on United’s transfer radar

Red Devils win over £ 25million

United are believed to be concerned that Eduardo Camavinga would prefer a move to Spain rather than the Premier League as he seeks to persuade the wonderful midfielder to join the Red Devils.

Rennes teenager Camavinga is linked with a shock exit from Ligue 1 this summer, which is said to be looking to cash in on one of the best talent they have ever produced.

However, just a year away from his contract, the versatile midfielder is expected to be sold for just £ 25million, a good deal given his huge potential.

As passionate admirers, United and Chelsea have both been urged to take a step for Camavinga.

But according to The Telegraph, Old Trafford bigwigs are aware that he would rather join a La Liga side instead.

This puts Real Madrid and Barcelona in pole position, but both sides are struggling financially and need to keep their payrolls as low as possible.

PSG are also closely monitoring developments regarding Camavinga and do not appear to have any financial issues to worry about given their recent acquisition of Sergio Ramos.

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