The former Real Madrid president worried, and pointed out what Manchester United had won with Varane
Former Real Madrid general manager Jorge Valdano says Manchester United transfer target Raphael Varane has proven his ability to shine in a formidable centre-back partnership.
United have chased the France international defender for some time, but now appear close to ending his arrival. In fact, reports in newspapers last Friday claimed that the Red Devils We expect him to announce his arrival By the end of this week. United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also has plans to fit him into a new squad.
Solskjaer He wants to move to a 4-3-3 attack, which – in its current state – would leave his side more vulnerable defensively.
However, he is said to believe Varane and captain Harry Maguire will form a strong understanding.
Varane developed a solid relationship with Sergio Ramos that lasted several years in Madrid. So former Madrid sporting director Jorge Valdano admitted that United are getting a great signing.
With Ramos already leaving for PSG, the 65-year-old said transistorTwo giants leave Real Madrid in a strategic position on the field.
Ramos and Varane mean something similar [Georgio] chiellini and [Leonardo] Bonucci in Italy.
Varane, 28, played 79 caps for his country, in addition to 360 matches with Madrid
However, many of them came to Ramos’ side. The pair formed the cornerstone of four recent victories in the Champions League and three victories in La Liga.
As such, Varane has proven he has the ability and longevity to make a long-term difference at Old Trafford.
The same reports in Friday’s newspapers claimed that Kieran Trippier is close to signing for United. In fact, it is said that his £18m move from Atlético Madrid will double it to £68m.
This will come after the signing of Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho worth £73m to bolster their attack.
Rooney claims the Man United title
With these three players, the former Manchester United man Wayne Rooney admitted that his former club He will be in a much stronger position to compete for the Premier League title next season.
The Red Devils finished second last season, but they never really snagged champions Manchester City for the top spot.
However, Rooney also insisted that the newcomers would put more pressure on Solskjaer.