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Manchester United has adhered to a relatively consistent transfer strategy over the past decade, albeit with limited success. Led by Ed Woodward, the club often pursued superstar signings, yielding only fleeting triumphs.

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Raphael Varane exemplified the drawbacks of this approach. While he performed admirably when fit, his persistent injury troubles posed significant challenges. Varane featured in just 16 Premier League matches this season, and his departure has now been confirmed.

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With Varane’s contract set to expire this summer, his exit was widely anticipated. As he nears the end of his tenure, there’s a chance for him to bid farewell to the club’s supporters, possibly making an appearance at the final home game against Newcastle United.

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Former Real Madrid teammate Luka Modric extended his congratulations to Varane, expressing pride in their shared journey with a heartfelt message. Additionally, Juan Mata sent his regards, acknowledging Varane’s excellence on and off the pitch.

As for Modric himself, the 38-year-old’s future remains uncertain, leaving open the question of whether he will extend his stay at Real Madrid or seek new opportunities elsewhere. One thing is certain: Manchester United should not entertain the idea of pursuing him, with all due respect.

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