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Raphael Varane has celebrated his birthday in quarantine. He has no other choice. At 27 he is in one of the best moments of his career, but the break has deprived him of playing the Eurocup this next summer. About it and about how he is carrying the confinement he has spoken in a call with the French Football Federation. Varane also comments on the possible return of football.
Routine in quarantine
“Something special is done for the birthday. It is a different routine, but we do not lose the smile. I am with the family, the weather is good and there are people who are in more complicated situations. I do sports in the morning, every day I do something, It is a pleasure, and this morning I had some chocolate for my birthday. We adapted. There are people who work in hospitals and who put their lives in danger … I cannot complain. We must applaud them. “
“I do physical, strength, a little bit of everything, career, and it is true that you promote things that you do not have time in the normal day to day, you work more on the weak points. You have to move forward. I spend more time with the family, but I love taking care of my family. I play sports with my son, I play on the beach … Honestly I cook little, if I have to, I usually do it, my wife usually cooks because she likes it more. “
Eurocup in 2021
“You have to adapt, it is true that it came to me at a good time and others not so much, but I hope to be at the top next season.”
The return of football
“There is no return date for now. Let’s see first when we return to Madrid, training sessions, matches, because we live day by day. There is nothing precise for now and it is not easy to work in the long term. We live the day a day”.
Contact with the wardrobe
“Sure, everyone is doing well. Let’s see when we can see each other again. I’m afraid they won’t recognize me (laughs). You change the look from time to time. I’ve received video calls, I’m going to blow out the candles on the cake. we adapt. “
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