SHOCKING NEWS: Saudi chiefs are confident that Manchester united want away player will become a Pro League player in 2024, according to Fabrizio Romano. The United star perceives himself as being pushed out of the club due to talks about altering his contract with reduced pay, and has officially announced that he will leaving during the January transfer window. Man United star’s move to Saudi Arabia is a “very concrete possibility”.

According to a report, Saudi officials are optimistic that Raphael Varane will join the Pro League in 2024.


The future of the Manchester United defender remains uncertain, with his fitness problems leading to a benching in Erik ten Hag’s team for an extended period. Surprisingly, it’s come to light that his contract ends this summer, not in 2025, though Manchester United holds the option for a one-year extension.

Recent reports suggest Manchester United plans to engage in discussions with Varane regarding an entirely new contract, albeit with a reduced salary due to his underwhelming performances not justifying his current substantial wage. As there hasn’t been an extension triggered or fresh terms agreed upon yet, Varane is technically free to negotiate a move with other clubs this summer. Despite the current unlikelihood of an imminent decision, speculation persists about a potential move in 2024.

Intriguingly, Saudi interest in Varane persists, with Saudi dealmakers seeing a strong chance of securing his services in 2024, despite some close to Varane downplaying this possibility. Al-Ittihad and Al-Nassr recruitment heads reportedly hold confidence in acquiring the Frenchman this year.

Although reigning champions Al-Ittihad were linked with Varane last summer, the player wasn’t inclined to move to the Middle East at that point. However, a January move seems improbable as most Saudi clubs have already filled their foreign player quotas and exhausted their budgets during the lavish spending spree in the previous summer window, which brought Neymar, N’Golo Kante, Sadio Mane, and Fabinho to the Pro League.

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