Bayern Munich may be Manchester United’s Raphael Varane’s perfect partner: Mike Parrott


Manchester United, among many other problems, have struggled to cement a formidable defensive partnership. The one who appears to be the only guaranteed starter in the back line is Raphael Varane, which may highlight United’s potential to be in the transfer market for an additional centre-back.

One player who may be the answer is Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule. In Men’s Special transfer Facebook Live, United on My Mind editor Mike Parrott was joined by Sky Sports Bundesliga pundit Florian Plettenberg as the two discussed all things United, including Sule’s future.

VET: “Massive developments in the last 48 hours. For information, I had an interview with Herbert Hainer, former CEO of Adidas and now president of Bayern Munich.

“It was on Sunday just before the game against Hertha BSC, and I was talking to him about Niklas Sule, and he told me: ‘We made him an offer. It’s on the table, and now the player has to decide if he says yes or no. no”. you have to plan for the future.

“They [Bayern] are also linked to some players like [Andreas] Christensen and [Antonio] Rudiger, who are also great players in the Premier League. And then yesterday we got the information here in the media that Niklas Sule informed Bayern bosses weeks ago that he is leaving the club in the summer as a free agent and that he has to make this decision.

Niklas Sule of Germany will be a free agent at the end of the season

“We know at Sky that he wants to leave the club now that we have that confirmation. So Niklas Sule, as a central defender, is a free agent in the summer. He is a great player with a lot of quality and he is a big fan of the Premier.” League.

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“He wants to play in the Premier League and he wants to move. Now he wants to make that move. And I think if Manchester United, or especially Ralf Rangnick, know Niklas Sule 100%, they will definitely go for him.” him because he is a very interesting player. He is a national player. He’s in good shape right now. So he is the player who can definitely make Manchester United better.”

parliamentary: “I don’t know how reliable he was, but I remember that Niklas Sule was linked with United before he joined Bayern Munich when he left Hoffenheim, and I think he would be a great player for Manchester United.”

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“Huge, very, very good in the air and excellent on the ball as well. I think a lot of people see a lot of similarities in him to the great center backs in the Premier League at the moment like Ruben Dias, Harry Maguire, or Virgil Van Dij; It would be a great purchase for United.

VET: “There was a case here in recent months when he wrote to an agent that he would be a great Tottenham player, for example, but I think every Premier League club has a very, very good chance of getting them.

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“All we know is that he was linked with Barcelona. There was contact. Barcelona made a phone call to his agent and asked about the possibility of getting them, and there was contact with Chelsea. But, I definitely think Manchester United would have a very good chance if they want him.”

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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