Solskjaer ‘has the opportunity’ to bring Varane to Manchester United for less than £100 million

Manchester United have the opportunity to sign Raphael Varane for well below £100million, according to stunning reports.

United may have spent close to £1 billion on new players since Sir Alex Ferguson retired from Management, but this squad is seriously lacking in world class talent all over the pitch.

David De Gea is one of the best stoppers in the game, Harry Maguire is tipped to be a world class act, Bruno Fernandes carries this season, while the brilliant Marcus Rashford holds his own up-top, but beyond that, as we said, there is some serious lacking of quality in the side.

Maguire needs a new centre-back at the club that will add some pace to the side, and Varane has been one player that United have been trying to sign for the last few seasons, bit his high valuation has meant that a deal has been able to get done.

However, the Manchester Evening News claim Los Blancos would be open to selling the Frenchman in the coming transfer windows, and the Spaniards may even be open to the idea of letting him leave for less than £100 million.

Zinedine Zidane needs to freshen up the squad with some big time signings, but the COVID-19 outbreak is restricting the business of Madrid and they may need to sell in order to raise funds.

United tried to sign Varane way back in 2011 and since then, he has become a superstar in the game. So if the reports are true and United have a chance to sign him up, they should do it before the likes of PSG or Manchester City make moves

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