The potential deal to take Raphaël Varane to Manchester United is on the right track and AS on Sunday reported the ‘first written offer’ from the Premier League side will arrived at Real Madrid in the next few days.

The 28-year-old has entered his final 12 months of contract and has no desire to sign a new deal with the La Liga side.

In a short report on Monday, AS state the defender ‘wants a quick fix’. He’s scheduled to return to training on Wednesday and his desire is to not do pre-season at two different clubs.

The France international ‘knows’ the La Liga side are negotiating his transfer with the Red Devils and his ‘wish’ is for his sale ‘to take place in the next few days’, so that he can go to Manchester and train with his new teammates.

Monday’s edition of Marca explain that ‘decisive days’ ahead to decide Varane’s future, who has still not responded to Los Blancos’ renewal offer.

That’s because he’s handling proposals elsewhere, especially from the Old Trafford club and Chelsea.

Having accepted the centre-back seems to be on his way out, Real Madrid’s idea is to ‘raise as much money as possible’ from his sale.

Online, Marca Journalist Carlo Carpio states the Frenchman is ‘set to become a Manchester United player this week’.

Real Madrid cannot afford the luxury of letting Varane leave for free in 2022 after he didn’t respond to the club’s new deal.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side cannot match what United are willing to offer and therefore, they are ‘obliged to negotiate’ the player’s sale and ‘achieve the best possible agreement’ between €55-60m. 

The money raised from Varane’s sale will help Real Madrid to make an approach for Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappé.