Manchester United have contacted Casemiro earlier this week, Real Madrid is still waiting for him to decide on his future. Regarding the potential move to the Premier League, Casemiro has not said anything to date.
It’s known that Real Madrid will not allow Cristiano Ronaldo to sign a five-year contract at the age of 30, as evidenced by the treatment Sergio Ramos and received before.
Despite any move to Old Trafford causing him to give up Champions League football, is quite appealing.
With the exception of the annual extensions Real Madrid grants players over 30—which Luka Modric is presently accepting—contract Casemiro’s with the club expires in 2025, and that is likely to be his last with the organization.
In addition to providing security through 2027, United’s possible five-year offer would make up for the dip down in current trophy-winning potential.
With the exception of a brief loan at Porto, Casemiro has spent his entire European career playing for Real Madrid. Over the course of more than 300 matches, the midfielder has five Champions League victories with the team.
He has already been seduced by an experience overseas, and if Zinedine Zidane had accepted the PSG position, he might have thought about relocating to Paris.
If Casemiro chooses to sign with United, Madrid is apparently looking at replacements for him.
Despite having signed 22-year-old Aurelien Tchouameni in the summer, the club has reportedly made Bruno Guimares their top choice, according to Diario AS.
Brazilian international for Newcastle is among a select handful of players that also includes Guido Rodriguez, a midfielder for Betis.
Due to spending more than their allotted squad budget, Betis must sell in order to sign Willian Jose, Luiz Henrique, and Luiz Felipe.
United will have to comply with Madrid’s wishes if Casemiro informs Madrid that he wants to depart.
The Spanish champions have a history of offloading club heroes before it becomes hard for them to move on or accept a free transfer.
The club only announced that they had not received a bid when the news first emerged in Spain on Tuesday, but there was no indication that they would not be willing to sell.
Nine years ago, Madrid paid only six million euros for Casemiro, and he has a one billion euro release clause.
In order to compete with United’s offer of 65 million pounds to Barcelona for Frenkie de Jong, Madrid would demand a similar sum.
He plays very differently from the Dutch midfielder who has long been ten Hag’s objective.
Although Casemiro is a playmaker like the Dutchman and is a hard-working, aggressive midfielder with a flair for forceful tackles
When the Red Devils play Liverpool at Old Trafford on Monday, their supporters will be looking for a significantly better showing.
United will benefit from the addition of physicality after being intimidated in their 4-0 loss to Brentford on Saturday night.
After the game, Ten Hag faced criticism for fielding such a small team in West London, with the choice of 5′ 9″ center back Lisandro Martinez drawing particular ire.
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