Raphael Varane is ‘sh*te now’, that’s according to one fella on Twitter.
As Manchester United edge closer to signing the French World Cup winner, 24-year-old Wayne Barrow has taken to the internet to offer a withering assessment of the defender.
In a tweet which absolutely no one asked for, Liverpool fan Wayne said:
‘Never rated him. Shocking in the Euros. Will get found out in the Premier League’.
‘Poor man’s David Unsworth. Won’t be putting him in fantasy football team, that’s for sure’.
‘Don’t come at me with 4 UCLs either. I could’ve won 4 UCLs playing alongside Serio Ramos’.
‘Will be scrapping it with Phil Jones for a place at the heart of United’s treatment room’.
‘Wouldn’t swap him for Nat Phillips’.
Not content with his harrowing critique, the electrician then posted a YouTube compilation video of the 5 mistakes Varane has made in his entire career.
‘Mugged off by Jesus there’, he added, in reference to Varane’s performance in against Manchester City in the 2019-’20 Champions League.
Varane is the latest in a long line of generational talents to be regarded as sh*te upon immediately signing for Manchester United according to Wayne.
It was only a few days ago he claimed Jadon Sancho was shite after he completed his protracted transfer from Borussia Dortmund.
‘Just shows you show sh*te he is when he can’t even get into the England team’.
‘If he was so good, how come City let him go in the first place?’
‘That’ll be the green & gold scarves back in mothballs until next season’.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba has dropped a huge hint over his future with yet another ambiguous attention-seeking Instagram post.
The 28-year-old shared a shirtless photo with his 46 million followers along with the caption ‘at the end of the day it gets dark’.
Fans and pundits around the world are drawing their own conclusions from the cryptic message, though pundit Jermaine Jenas was prepared to put his neck on the line by saying:
‘I think it’s clear for everyone to see Paul will definitely stay at or leave United this summer’.
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