Varane’s contract will expire in the summer of 2025.
Man United defender Raphael Varane will reportedly leave the club during next summer’s transfer window. The right-back is looking for new challenges.
The World Cup 2018 winner moved to Man United in the summer of 2021 from Real Madrid. He has represented the English giants on 75 occasions. Varane has scored twice and provided one assist in the process.
Varane’s contract will expire in the summer of 2025. His future is pretty uncertain. He is getting interest from Saudi clubs. They are planning to sign him in January. There are some reports which claim Varane can make a mid-season switch to Bayern Munich.
As per the reports of the Sun, Varane will not be allowed to leave Man United during the January transfer window, but he is set to move on at the end of the 2023-24 campaign.
The Red Devils right-back has made only 12 appearances for this season. He is not a regular starter under Erik ten Hag. Jonny Evans preferred alongside Harry Maguire in the middle of the defence.
Man United would reportedly be looking for around £17m for Varane. Ten Hag recently said: “It is about tactical reasons why I chose these partnerships. I think Harry and Jonny did well.
“What I said last year, Harry didn’t play a lot, so I was very happy with Rapha’s performances. I have always been happy with his performance.”
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