According to the UK Mirror, Manchester United has yet to finalize Raphael Varane’s transfer because they are unable to strike an agreement with Real Madrid.
Varane is valued at £50 million by Real Madrid, but Man United is only willing to pay £40 million for him.
The LaLiga giants are open to selling Varane to avoid a free transfer next year, but their valuation is yet to be met by Man United.
Varane has entered the last year of his contract with Real Madrid and desires a new challenge as he hits his prime.
Real Madrid have since given Varane’s agent approval to hold talks with Man United.
The France international is Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s preferred option of defenders to sign this summer.
After securing a £73.1m deal to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, Man United are now focusing on recruiting a new center-back to bolster their defensive options ahead of the new season.