He said: "I would take him [at United] all day".
However, with interest coming up again from Liverpool and their long-term rivals Man United and claims that bids have already been submitted, Eintracht Frankfurt supervisory board chairman Wolfgang Steubing said it is untrue.
Also on the Norwegian's list to leave are Marcos Rojo and club captain Antonio Valencia, whose option for a one-year contract extension was not triggered by United last month.
However, it remains to be seen whether Solskjaer can succeed in persuading the board to fork out such a hefty sum for a player from a lesser Premier League side.
Juve had also been tipped to sign Varane's club-mate Marcelo, who was expected to move on if Santiago Solari remained as Madrid coach beyond the summer.
"To say that I am not happy at Real Madrid is not true".
While Dortmund continue to insist that the 18-year-old is not for sale, the Evening Standard indicates that the German giants could be convinced by an offer in the region of £80m.
"I don't know Ole that well but I couldn't see him and his group being as good as Mourinho tactically".
Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are long-serving players for the club but Zidane returned to the job recently on the premise of wholesale changes to make them competitive domestically and in Europe once more.
"I don't think there is anything to worry about here".