Varane wants to stay at United near the end of his contract, but will he leave on a free transfer?

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It has been reported that the veteran French defender Varen, who has returned to play in Manchester United’s defense, wants to extend his contract with the team for another season.

Varane was allowed to play in the Premier League match that drew Liverpool without a goal, and this was the 8th game for Varane this season.

Against Liverpool, Varane was at his best alongside Evans, helping them secure a valuable draw at Anfield.

In the last match against Liverpool, Varane hit the ball 57 times. 27 accurate ball passes; The ability to clear the ball 15 times; 4 times the advantage of the opponent in the air; The ability to intercept the ball 3 times; Blocks were made 2 times.

Because United’s defense is facing injury problems, Eric Tanhach used Varane again and was allowed to play for the first time in 7 weeks against Bayern Munich.

The 30-year-old veteran defender Varane has only made 14 appearances in all competitions this season, but he is keen to stay at United, according to the Manchester Evening News.

United won the World Cup and Champions League, and signed Varane from Real Madrid in 2021 for 42 million pounds and signed a 4-year contract.

According to the news that came out later, the United team signed Varane’s contract for only 3 years, with an agreement to sign a new contract for another 12 months at the end of the term.

Varane’s current contract expires at the end of this season, but Varane is hoping to extend his contract until the summer of 2025.

For the past few days, the British media have reported that United will let Varane leave on a free transfer next summer with no plans to extend his contract for another 12 months.

If United do not extend Varane’s contract, Varane has the right to reach a pre-transfer agreement with a foreign club in the next January transfer market.