Manchester United have been linked with Raphaël Varane repeatedly in the past and the Red Devils continue to be associated with the centre-back as he has over 14 months left on his Real Madrid contract.
Tuesday’s edition of AS once again focuses on United’s interest, and add Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have joined the chase for the defender.
It’s claimed the 27-year-old has no plans to renew his contract if the La Liga side don’t offer better conditions than his current deal.
The France international’s qualities and his contract situation has alerted top European clubs to ask about his signing.
According to the report, the Ligue 1 side have tabled an offer for the former Lens man. However, Varane isn’t in favour of moving to PSG and should he decide to leave Madrid, the defender will favour a switch to the Premier League.
Varane, for his part, is in ‘no rush’ to resolve his situation, while Real Madrid are contemplating his sale in the summer, if the player decides not to sign a new contract.
He’s valued at €70m and receiving such a figure ‘would be of great help’ to Zinedine Zidane’s side in the current economic climate.