Due to the team's poor showing in its first two Premier League games, Manchester United's new board, led by Dutch coach Erik ten Hag, had set its sights on Casemiro, one of Real Madrid's current stars. Real Madrid's undisputed starting midfielder Casemiro is reportedly a top target for Manchester United.
Brazilian football player Carlos Henrique Casimiro, 30, is a defensive midfielder for the Brazil national team and the Spanish club Real Madrid. After the team's poor showings in its first two Premier League games, the Red Devils were active in the transfer market in search of reinforcements.
The two clubs agreed to a transfer cost of €60 million with €10 million in add-ons, according to renowned sports writer and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, who also said that Casemiro to Manchester United is a done deal. Casemiro has a complete four-year contract with the Red Devils and is anticipated to have his physical at the Club soon. Manchester United has also rekindled its interest in Anytony, an Ajax winger who is Ten Harg's main target.
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