Spain's Relevo newspaper confirmed that Man United is about to make an offer that makes midfielder Casemiro and Real Madrid difficult to refuse.
As a result, MU is willing to pay Real 80 million euros (£67 million) in exchange for Casemiro’s services in the summer of 2022. Casemiro has a contract with Los Blancos through the year 2025. It is reported that paying this amount convinced Los Blancos to relinquish control.
But what’s most intriguing is the pay Casemiro receives from MU. The Brazilian midfielder will make twice as much money with the Red Devils as he does with Real.
Casemiro is currently earning £ 184,000 a week in Madrid. As a result, the 30-year-old superstar will be paid £368,000 per week if he joins United, making him the third-highest-paid player at Manchester United (MU) behind David De Gea and Cristiano Ronaldo (both of whom get £515,000 per week).
The MU leadership believes that the Casemiro deal is quite bright because the Brazilian player is “not satisfied” with some of Real’s decisions. He was not started in Real’s 2-1 win over Almeria in the first round of La Liga, when coach Carlo Ancelotti used rookie Aurelien Tchouameni to assume the role of anchor.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said coach Ancelotti will play a very important role when Casemiro makes his decision. Recently, Marca newspaper reported that Casemiro is studying everything that is happening at Man United, and does not rule out the possibility of going to Manchester this summer. He is said to consider the situation if he receives a “financial proposal” that is difficult to refuse.
However, the Brazilian midfielder must also consider the fact that MU is not participating in the Champions League this season. This is very important because Casemiro is so used to the atmosphere at Europe’s most prestigious playground every season with Real Madrid.
Casemiro has reportedly received numerous offers from other teams in recent months, but none of them are as alluring as Man United, claims Marca.
Casemiro spent 9 seasons with the Los Blancos first team after growing up in the Real youth squad. According to coach Carlo Ancelotti, he was a part of the “Bermuda triangle,” which also included Toni Kroos and Luka Modric.
Casemiro’s talent and stature are undeniable because he is the deity who has recently assisted Real in winning all the prestigious titles. With Real, Casemiro won three La Liga championships and five Champions League crowns.
However, the worrying problem for MU is that Casemiro will turn 31 in February next year, and his most quintessential things have been shown in the Real shirt. Last summer, MU recruited midfielder Raphael Varane from Los Blancos, but the French player did not show much.
Currently, Casemiro still has a contract with Real until 2025.