Varane hopes to retire at Real Madrid.


Varane has made it clear he is not interested in a move away from Real.


France international Raphael Varane is keen to stay at the Bernabeu for the rest of his career, halting talk of a reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford. The 23-year-old defender sealed a move from Lens to Real Madrid back in June 2011, and has played over 150 games in all competitions for the Spanish club. "Right now, I would like to stay at Real Madrid until the end of my career," Varane told Le Figaro.

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