Real Madrid have now increased their asking price for defender Raphael Varane who is on the verge of completing a move to Man United, MySportDab reports.
The defender was previously being valued at around €40 million by Los Blancos who are now changing their minds about letting him leave.
Manchester United will have to meet Real Madrid new price tag of €50 million before an agreement can be finalize this summer.
The defender already signed and agreed on personal terms but their bid was rejected by his club who are not looking to allow him leave.
Raphael Varane have just 12 months left on his contract and he has requested for a move which is now proving difficult for the Spanish club to let happen.
Blancos set new asking price for France defender after the player is refusing to give up on leaving the club this summer.
Real Madrid are now demanding €50 million (£43m/$59m) for Manchester United target Raphael Varane, according to reports from ABC.
The Red Devils have offered €45m (£38m/$53m) already, but will have to increase their bid in order to secure the Frenchman’s services.
Real Madrid are eager to cash in on Varane before he becomes a free agent in 2022, with the defender eager to take on a new challenge away from Santiago Bernabeu.
It is now left for Manchester United to up the ante to make sure they get the deal done and make the defender their second big signing this summer after Jadon Sancho.