Real Madrid has rejected Man United’s first official offer for Raphael Varane, according to reliable Spanish source AS.
It’s claimed that the Red Devils offered €40m (£34m) plus €5m (£4m) in add-ons for the Frenchman.
However, Los Blancos were dissatisfied with that and want a fee closer to €70m (£60m) – which is their true valuation of the 28-year-old center-back.
Meanwhile, both clubs are still talking even after the first offer has been rejected, with Varane keen on sealing the move.
Again, it is said that the French center-back wants his future resolved before returning for pre-season training.
Varane doesn’t feel it’d be good to start training under Carlo Ancelotti and then train under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in a different philosophy at United later on.
Moreover, the Frenchman is said to have accepted personal terms with the Red Devils and is eager to play in the Premier League next season.