Premier League giants, Manchester United have finally completed the signing of Real Madrid superstar, Casemiro in an initial €60million deal with the Brazilian international now poised to ply his trade at the Theatre of Dreams until at least 2027.
As confirmed by transfer guru, Fabrizio Romano, the Los Blancos have accepted Manchester United's offer for their prized asset with medical examinations for the player now scheduled for the weekend.
Casemiro, 30 is no doubt one of the best defensive midfielders in the world of football and his move to Old Trafford will no doubt be a major upgrade on star duo, Scot Mctominay and Fred who have struggled to hit the ground running over the last two years.
The Brazilian international now becomes Manchester United fourth summer signing after Eriksen, Malacia and Martinez. Meanwhile, the Premier League giants are still expected to make further signings before the transfer window closes with a right-back, versatile forward, back-up goalkeeper and a second midfielder believed to be their basic targets.
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