Casemiro's prospective replacement is being explored by Real Madrid. Bruno Guimares of Newcastle attracts attention.
Alarms have gone off at Old Trafford as a result of Manchester United’s subpar season start. To negotiate a deal for midfielder Casemiro, club executives have traveled to Madrid. The first name on Real Madrid’s list for a potential replacement for the club legend is Bruno Guimares. The Brazilian, who also holds dual Spanish citizenship, is one of the Premier League’s top players.
Casemiro’s five-year contract at United would pay the Brazilian more than he is now making at Los Blancos. In order to make the move, United has highlighted Saturday in red, and an offer is anticipated soon. The top candidate to replace Casemiro is Bruno Guimares. He’s a highly intriguing prospect at only 24 years old.
Bruno is a stalwart in Eddie Howe’s squad and is adored by the crowd at St James’ Park, so the operation would be difficult. The club would demand a sum that is more than twice what was paid to Lyon, according to sources close to Newcastle, which AS has been able to confirm. The Newcastle team, under the direction of Mehrdad Ghodoussi, paid the Ligue 1 team close to 52 million euros to get the services of the former Athletico Paranaense player.
The Rio de Janeiro native has impressed in the seven months since Guimares arrived at St James’ Park as the cherry on top of the brand-new, multimillion-dollar Premier League build. Since making his England debut, he has established himself as the player with the most duels won, tackles made, and fouls won. He is a constant in Tite’s Brazil teams, where he is gradually forging his way into the starting eleven. He was also one of Brazil’s standout performers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, where he showcased his talent against Spain in the championship game.
Bruno Guimares is deemed to be Real Madrid’s ideal Casemiro replacement by Olocip’s artificial intelligence. Under Carlo Ancelotti, the Newcastle midfielder would see an exponential growth similar to that of his countryman in 2015.
In recoveries (0.02 vs. 0.01), interceptions (0.04 vs. 0.02), and aerial defensive duels, Casemiro triumphs over Bruno (0.002 vs. nothing). However, Bruno commits fewer fouls (-0.014 vs. -0.0016) and wins more defensive duels while they are running duels (0.03 vs. 0.02). Guimares has a lot of ground to make up. Even though he is already regarded as one of the best players of his generation at the age of 24, he still has room to improve.