Real Madrid and Manchester United have officially reached a deal for the transfer of Brazilian midfielder Casemiro.
The 30-year-old is eager to transfer to Old Trafford, as disclosed by Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti today, but the deal is subject to visa restrictions, a medical exam, and the conclusion of personal terms.
We are all looking forward to welcoming Casemiro to Old Trafford, United wrote on their club website.
And Casemiro’s departure from the team and signing with Manchester United have both been announced by Real Madrid.
The unexpected transfer bombshell that Manchester United was in Madrid looking to sign Casemiro was dropped by MARCA less than a week ago.
This newspaper also reported that the footballer was really considering leaving Real Madrid shortly after the tale started to take shape.
After all was said and done, Real Madrid’s No. 14 has officially moved to England. For United, whose season has gotten off to a disastrous start, this is positive news.
Adjectives fall short of adequately capturing how unhappy and impoverished they have truly been. Simply put, words can’t do it justice.
The Red Devils have played two games, lost two of them, and let up six goals in the process. You didn’t read that wrong – six and no.
One of those losses came to Brenford, a group that experts and bettors both regarded as one of the front-runners to be relegated at the end of the season.
Unsurprisingly, it was cited as one of Manchester United’s worst performances in recent memory.
The catastrophic first two league games have made it painfully evident that United are in serious need of reinforcements, across the board, despite a successful preseason and a run of several respectable results.
There is plenty of evidence to suggest that United needs to go outside the organization for a number of players
Including David De Gea’s failure to play the role of a sweeper keeper, Harry Maguire’s crumbling confidence, the lack of goals, and McFred’s inability to play a quality ball.
For the Red Devils, who are still searching for a striker and another midfielder, Casemiro is a wonderful acquisition and a step in the right direction.
In Ten Hag’s midfield, Fred and McTominay have shown they are unable of performing the necessary duties and are ineffective both offensively and defensively.
The midfield has been in desperate need of an attacking and more creative midfielder (Frenkie de Jong may fit the bill for this)
As well as a capable defensive midfield to provide an extra layer of trustworthy protection to a shaky back four and the ability to quickly transition from defense to attack.
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