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Man United offer may be hard to resist for Casemiro

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Man United offer may be hard to resist for Casemiro

Casemiro may not be keen on a move to Man United, but the deal the Old Trafford side is reportedly setting out may be hard to resist for him and Real Madrid.

After suffering consecutive losses to the start of the Premier League, Manchester United have entered into the panic station and began making active moves to get itself sorted out going into the season.

According to reports from Spanish publication, Relevo, the Red Devils are making huge moves to ensure the Brazilian international, Casemiro makes the move to England with a highly interesting financial package.

Man United from all accounts have promised to cough out £67 million to Real Madrid for the player while also ready to double whatever he earns at the Santiago Bernabeu to insane numbers.

Man United offer may be hard to resist for Casemiro

This comes after the premier league club pulled out of a deal for Juventus star, Adrien Rabiot on Tuesday evening as a result of his wage demands, with United turning attention towards the Brazilian instead.

Casemiro currently earns £184,000-per-week at Madrid which makes the idea of receiving double that sum at Old Trafford, an exciting offer especially when his place in the Madrid line up may not be as safe as it used to be.

This would mean, if the 30 year old eventually accepts the move, could pocket not less than £368,000-per-week which would make him the third highest earning at the club behind De Gea and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Casemiro didn’t start the Sunday 2-1 win over Almeria with manager Carlo Ancelotti preferring summer signing Aurelien Tchouameni as the deepest midfielder instead.

Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano says Ancelotti will prove to be the vital decider when it comes to Casemiro making his decision.

Man United offer may be hard to resist for Casemiro

The Brazilian joined Real Madrid far back in 2013 and has won 3 La Liga titles and 5 Champions League crowns in a hugely successful nine years.

 

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