Raphael Varane explains why he is more ‘happy’ at Manchester United this season

Raphael Varane explains why he is more 'happy' at Manchester United this season

Manchester United defender Raphael Varane has admitted he is ‘happy’ this season after suffering an ‘erratic’ campaign last season following his arrival from Real Madrid.

United signed central defenders from Los Blancos on a four-year deal in August 2021, with Varane arriving for a fee of £34m, which could eventually rise to £42m with additions. The 28-year-old – who won three La Liga titles and four Champions League titles with Real Madrid during a 10-year stay – has made 35 appearances for United since signing with the club.

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While Varane has missed 17 games through injury and illness during his United career so far, he has made six of Eric Ten Hag’s side’s matches so far this season, starting with five. He has forged a strong partnership with Argentine defender Lisandro Martinez at the heart of the defense, with the duo forming an improved defense alongside Diogo Dalot and Terrell Malacia.

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Since then, the France international has opened up about the club’s difficult season one last time, insisting that the squad are off to a positive start to the new season.

“I am very happy. I am enjoying it a lot. Last season was irregular for me. This is the beginning of the season, we are doing well, we are happy to play, to fight together,” Varane told reporters. by RMC Sport.

“I also came to England to live feelings like that, and every game is a battle, a challenge. I love it. Being able to play regularly, having gone through a whole season, allows me to feel good on the pitch.”

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Varane is expected to play for France in their next matches against Austria and Denmark, but United coach Ten Hag hopes to return to Manchester without running into trouble.

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