Real Madrid to Demand €500m for Manchester United & Juventus Target Raphael Varane

Real Madrid to Demand €500m for Manchester United & Juventus Target Raphael Varane

Real Madrid to Demand €500m for Manchester United & Juventus Target Raphael Varane

Zidane also insisted once again that he doesn't want French defender Raphael Varane to leave this summer.

Casilla also added that Zidane's immediate future lies with Real Madrid and reiterated that he will become a top goalkeeper for many years to come.

"I do [see Varane leaving Real Madrid]", Nicol told ESPN FC.

"So this guy clearly has a physical problem with his body".

A report in Goal suggested that Madrid will demand that Varane's €500 million release clause (around £429 million) is met in full by any suitors this summer, as they have no desire to lose the player.

"But they need somebody who's going to play week in, week out and be the man at the back".

"So I think at this moment in his career he is having a profound reflection".

In the summer, the 26-year-old will have two years left on his contract at Old Trafford and despite the comments made by the English club's manager, it won't stop him being linked with a move to Real Madrid.

As things stand, Chelsea will be unable to sign players for the next two transfer windows as they await the outcome of an appeal after Federation Internationale de Football Association sanctioned the club for breaking the rules over the recruitment of foreign minors.

"[Varane] has said nothing to me [about leaving] and I want him to stay", Zidane said on Tuesday.

"He didn't say anything to me".

Courtois was signed from Chelsea after the 2018 FIFA World Cup despite Navas winning UEFA's best goalkeeper award after helping Madrid win the UEFA Champions League for three consecutive seasons.

"There are many things that we are talking about changing next year, but you have to respect all of the players who are here".

'He found a way to transfer the talent he had as a player to his role as coach and manage a dressing room.

"We're going to have to make changes, but this is not the time to talk about it".

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