Manchester United have had a very difficult start of the Premier League campaign. The Red Devils are very keen on adding to their squad. Manchester United have have added Malacia, Cristian Eriksen, and Lisandro Martinez. However, Manchester United are looking for even further additions.
Manchester United have been linked with Frankie de Jong and the deal seems to be off. Manchester United have also been linked with Adrien Provos Rabiot, however, the deal fell off after Rabiot's camp demanded a deal regarded as "insane".
Manchester United have been linked with Casemiro over the couple of days. The Real Madrid's Brazilian star has expressed his desire for a new challenge and negotiations with Manchester United have been ongoing.
According to reports by the most reliable Italian Journalist Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid's manager Carlo Ancelotti, has confirmed that he has had talks with Casemiro over his future. Carlo Ancelotti says that he will not stand in the midfielders way if he decides to leave.
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