Consuming the arrival of a young but promising French defender, Real Madrid signed Raphaël Varane from the ranks of Lens in mid-2011. The center-back, with the passing of time and years, ended up becoming one of the main figures of the Merengue group.
As expected, as a result of his high level displayed in recent seasons, different clubs began to look askance at the possibility of incorporating the French footballer. Despite the fact that the negotiations would not be easy to face, the illusion of incorporating an elite athlete was never something that declined among the main followers of the Lille native.
This Friday, however, Zinedine Zidane decided to definitively close the doors to Varane’s main pursuers. Making it clear that Raphaël is non-transferable, Zizou stated: “Of course. Not just for me. He’s part of the club.”
Externalizing that the decision was also taken from the leadership side, the technical director completed: “We were lucky enough to make him come and I want to say that he is non-transferable for the club, the coach and the people in general. It is clear. We cannot prevent him from talking, he is not the only one. But the position of the club and mine are clear “.