A Real Madrid star, who has been linked with Manchester United, recently commented on the rumours linking him with a move away from Los Blancos.
French defender Raphael Varane is reportedly a target of Jose Mourinho at the Red Devils, but when asked if he could stay at the Spanish giants for the rest of his career, the player suggested he could.
"Football is going very fast, but now I would say yes," he told Le Figaro.
"I see no reason to leave. Things are very good at Madrid."
The Frenchman then seemed to hint that despite wanting to stay at Real, first team football is important.
"I want to continue to be a regular for Real Madrid,"
"That's a long-term objective. I want to have game-time and win trophies."
The 23-year-old has played 164 matches for Real since his arrival in 2011, where he has won one La Liga title and two UEFA Champions League titles.
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