Two games in, everything looked all bleak for Man United as they lost 2 games in a row to Brighton and Brentford but it looks like some positives is about to be had for the Old Trafford side as they look set to sign Real Madrid midfielder, Casemiro.
Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed the reports, stating in a pre-match press conference that talks have been had with the Brazilian and the highly rated Defensive midfielder wants a new challenge.
The move for the Defensive Midfielder will sure go a long way to turn their season around considering one of the criticism the Red Devils have faced comes from its midfield line pertaining its transition from defence to attack.
Speaking on the reported transfer, former Manchester City star, Trevor Sinclair agreed it is quite the exciting signing for Manchester United as the Red Devils look set to announce the deal.
Manchester United made active moves to have the Brazilian ready on time for the game against Liverpool on Monday but will ultimately face problems ranging from formalities and the scheduling of the fixture.
The Brazilian will be joining the Old Trafford club on the back of a highly successive spell with the Los Blancos, winning 5 Champions League titles and 3 La Liga titles while staying at the Spanish capital.
If the move goes through, Casemiro will once more reunite with Cristiano Ronaldo; if he continues with Man United and Raphael Varane.
According to the talkSport pundit, Sinclair believes the winning mentality that drove Casemiro at Real Madrid will go a long way to drive Man United who currently find themselves behind in midfield with those qualities.
“So you look at the history of him as an athlete and you think he’d be able to cope with the Premier League.
“It’s an exciting signing potentially for Manchester United and definitely what they need. You look at the other clubs, Liverpool have got Fabinho, Manchester City have got Rodri, Chelsea have got Kante and Jorginho.
“Obviously five Champions Leagues, Brazilian international. He’s got the experience,” Trevor Sinclair added.