DEVASTATING NEWS: ” I love Manchester United so much, the fans made it feel like home, but I have to be realistic the signs are there the club and the coach no longer needs my service. I was told that I can leave so its time to move on”. Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Manchester united is willing to let their most outstanding player over the years leave for free when the January transfer window opens, as they no longer see him fit to play for the club any longer.

Raphael Varane is said to have been taken aback by Erik ten Hag's recent decision to leave him out of his starting lineup, according to a Manchester United source.


According to sources who spoke to the Sun, the Frenchman, who was believed to be a crucial component of Ten Hag’s plans, was shocked to learn that he had fallen out of favour at Manchester United this season.

According to the report, Varane will now reportedly look for a transfer outside of the team in the upcoming months—though it might not happen until the summer—rather than this January.

This move will definitely worry some United supporters because the former Real Madrid player hasn’t exactly made a mistake since joining the team and undoubtedly still has something to offer the group.

If Varane decides to move on, he’ll probably have a lot of suitors, so it will be interesting to see how MUFC handles this and whether anything changes for him in the coming months.

But for the time being, the Sun’s anonymous sources don’t present a particularly positive picture.

According to the source, “Raphael and his advisers are, to put it mildly, stunned by the events of the last few weeks.”

During the beginning of the season, nobody anticipated this. It was stated unequivocally that he was an important member of the squad and would continue to be so for the team and the manager.

He is currently the fourth-choice centre back, and in the summer, he will search for a new challenge and a new club.

In the past, Fabrizio Romano downplayed the drama surrounding this story, telling footballwave that Ten Hag was merely acting strategically.

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