Manchester United first bid for Raphael Varane has been rejected and they are looking to make another offer, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils are currently looking to make a signing for another defender this summer and the Real Madrid man if their preferred option.
Manchester United will be making another bid for Raphael Varane after the first one was rejected by his club.
The France International is yet to sign a contract extension which have suggested that he will be leaving and his club will be looking to cash out on him.
Failing to sell him now will result him leaving as a free agent when his contract comes to an end and they are looking to sell for £80 million.
The Red Devils are expected to try again with an improved offer for the defender who they have been targeting for a very long time.
Manchester United have had a £50 million ($70m/€58m) bid for centre-back Raphael Varane rejected by Real Madrid, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The Red Devils are said to have made Varane their top defensive target, but Real Madrid are holding out for a fee of about £80 million ($111m/€94m).
The Old Trafford club will be looking to figure out their next move with all indication pointing to them increasing their offer.
New Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti will be looking to get the player to sign an extension despite claims saying he is ready to leave.