Price per Head: Varane plays down link with Chelsea

Raphael VaraneRaphael Varane, Real Madrid defender, said that he is completely focused on the FIFA World Cup amid interest from Chelsea, and price per head services hope to see the player very focused.

Pay per head services know that Varane is tipped to reunite with coach Jose Mourinho and go to Chelsea after David Luiz agreed to leave the Blues for Paris Saint-Germain.

The 21-year-old who’s very famous with price per head services was always present during Jose Mourinho’s last season in charge of Real, who in 2012-13 eventually ended second behind Barcelona.

But pay per head services found out that the French central defender is not thinking about his club future as Didier Deschamps’ France squad gets ready to take on Switzerland, Ecuador and Honduras in Group E when the World Cup gets underway.

“Right now, I’m not thinking about (the interest from Chelsea), we have the World Cup ahead of us,” Varane told French football programme Telefoot.

“We have a young, motivated team that can do great things and has no limits.

“I love the national team and contribute everything I have to them. My goal is to become a starter.

“(Real Madrid assistant manager, Zinedine Zidane) knows what it means to win the World Cup and it’s great talking to him about it.”

Although he decided to not say much about his future, Varane was ready to reflect on Real’s triumphant display in the UEFA Champions League.

Price per head services saw that on May 24, Real were able to clinch their 10th European crown after beating city rivals and La Liga champions Atletico Madrid 4-1 in Lisbon.

It was the club’s first Champions League title since they defeated Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in Glasgow in 2001-2002, and pay per head services remember very well when this took place.

“La Decima is something magnificent,” he said.

“My team-mates have waited a long time for this.

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“This is truly the highlight of my career. It was like I was in a bubble after the game. There was excitement and happiness.”