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Bayern Munich eyes Raphael Varane as Manchester United considers January transfer

Posted : 21 November 2023
Bayern Munich is reportedly considering a move for Manchester United's Raphael Varane in the January transfer window. Erik ten Hag's decision to drop Varane for "tactical reasons" has fueled speculation about the French defender's future.
However, Bayern might face financial challenges, as a deal is estimated to cost between €20m (£17.5m) to €30m (£26.2m), and Varane's annual salary is around £17m. Varane has hinted at a possible return to Real Madrid earlier this year, adding uncertainty to his future at Manchester United.
Manchester United is set to undergo changes in its football leadership, with football director John Murtough expected to be replaced once Ineos Group's investment, led by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is confirmed. Richard Arnold has already left his role as CEO, to be succeeded by Jean Claude-Blanc, and the club seeks a successor for Murtough.
Despite Murtough overseeing Erik ten Hag's appointment and a successful 2022-23 campaign, the team has faced regression this season, with recruitment challenges contributing to the decision for change.
Real Madrid may reconsider its plans for the January transfer window and explore signing a striker due to Vinicius Junior's injury, according to reports. Initially linked with Kylian Mbappe in the summer, Real Madrid was not planning significant activity in January.
However, Vinicius Junior's injury has prompted a review of options, and RB Leipzig's Timo Werner is among the players considered. The injury highlighted the squad's limitations in attack, and Real Madrid is assessing options to bolster its forward line in January.
The English FA is reportedly interested in bringing back Chido Obi-Martin to represent England, following his impressive performance for Arsenal's U16s. The 15-year-old scored 10 goals against Liverpool's U16s, catching the attention of the English FA.
Obi-Martin has played for both Denmark and England at the youth level and could also be eligible to play for Nigeria. The FA is said to be keen on monitoring his progress and exploring ways to convince him to represent England as he turns 16 next week, considering his potential and impact on the field.


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