Raphael Varane, a central defender for Manchester United, is rumored to wish to move to Al Nasr to rejoin Cristiano Ronaldo.
To play in his later years, midfielder Raphael Varane intends to move to Al Nassr, according to insider sources from Football Transfers. The Saudi Arabian team has also been in contact with the French midfield player in recent days.
Varane’s health doesn’t seem to be good enough for him to play all the time, despite his previous desire to show his devotion to Manchester United and help the team get through bad times.
The 2018 World Cup winner has only played 570 minutes for MU this season, according to statistics, and his repeated injuries hurt the team’s performance. Everyone is aware of the pressure that MU faces after every loss. Varane is a top-tier midfield player, but his pride as the C1 and World Cup champion will suffer if he receives unwelcome criticism all the time.
For this reason, Varane would be better off finishing the last few chapters of his career by competing in the Saudi Pro League. Reuniting with Ronaldo will also significantly increase Al Nassr’s chances of winning the championship. Varane and Laporte would also make an ideal center-back duo for the Arab squad.
Varane’s Old Trafford contract is currently set to expire in 2025, but a deal could still go through as long as Al Nassr makes the right offer. Despite Varane’s class and his lengthy injury history, MU can let him go to acquire a new midfield player.