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Medical Announced – Man Utd ‘medical’ set for Casemiro as Real Madrid star agrees to move after enormous offer

CASEMIRO is apparently likely to switch from Real Madrid to Manchester United in the coming days.

 

According to rumors, Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro will have a medical on Friday before joining Manchester United on a long-term contract. The Red Devils are thought to be in advanced talks with Real Madrid after solidifying their interest in Casemiro’s services in recent days, and it appears that negotiations are going rapidly behind closed doors.

 

After emerging as a major target for Erik ten Hag, who appears to have missed out on the signings of both Frenkie de Jong and Adrien Rabiot in recent weeks, Casemiro reportedly notified Real Madrid of his wish to join United earlier on Thursday. According to Marca, United appears to be making good progress in talks with Los Blancos regarding a trade for Casemiro, who will undergo a physical on Friday and might possibly feature in Monday’s crucial Premier League encounter against Liverpool.

 

Casemiro is claimed to have been considering a lucrative offer from Manchester United for the last three days but has eventually chosen to trade Madrid for Manchester, with personal terms now agreed between player and club. The Red Devils have also agreed on a fee in the area of £59 million in talks with Real Madrid, who are not planning to stand in Casemiro’s way despite the fact that he is still under contract until the summer of 2025.

 

United’s offer is expected to significantly enhance the Brazilian playmaker’s current salary, although other rumors saying that his income will be doubled are likely to be inaccurate. On Friday, a ‘long and arduous’ day of ironing out the finer details of the transfer is expected before Casemiro is formally introduced as a new United player.

 

After emerging as a major target for Erik ten Hag, who appears to have missed out on the signings of both Frenkie de Jong and Adrien Rabiot in recent weeks, Casemiro reportedly notified Real Madrid of his wish to join United earlier on Thursday. According to Marca, United appears to be making good progress in talks with Los Blancos regarding a trade for Casemiro, who will undergo a physical on Friday and might possibly feature in Monday’s crucial Premier League encounter against Liverpool.

 

Casemiro is claimed to have been considering a lucrative offer from Manchester United for the last three days but has eventually chosen to trade Madrid for Manchester, with personal terms now agreed between player and club. The Red Devils have also agreed on a fee in the area of £59 million in talks with Real Madrid, who are not planning to stand in Casemiro’s way despite the fact that he is still under contract until the summer of 2025.

 

United’s offer is expected to significantly enhance the Brazilian playmaker’s current salary, although other rumors saying that his income will be doubled are likely to be inaccurate. On Friday, a ‘long and arduous’ day of ironing out the finer details of the transfer is expected before Casemiro is formally introduced as a new United player.

 

His signing at Old Trafford would undoubtedly alleviate one of Ten Hag’s many concerns this season, with the Dutchman eager to buy a new midfielder since taking over at United earlier this summer. United had previously been rebuffed in their attempts to sign Barcelona midfielder De Jong, whom the Catalan giants have been seeking to sell in order to balance the books, before withdrawing from a deal for Rabiot earlier this month due to the Frenchman’s exorbitant pay expectations.

 

Ancelotti previously stated that Casemiro is a one-of-a-kind talent who would be tough to replace for Real Madrid, implying that he will do all possible to talk the midfielder out of joining United before the paperwork is signed and sealed.

 

“If we look [on the market] for a Casemiro copy, we’ll make a mistake,” Ancelotti told reporters earlier this year.

 

“He is the only one in the world of football. Other players, though, can serve as a pivot. [Eduardo] Camavinga, who has other qualities, played there. He’s a good ball carrier, but he lacks Casemiro’s tactical acumen; I’ve never had a pivot like him.”

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