The experienced midfielder Casemiro will depart Real Madrid and join Manchester United, according to manager Carlo Ancelotti.
At the end of a fruitless transfer window, United have made a move for the Madrid star their top priority. The transfer deadline is quickly approaching, and it has been reported that United representatives have already spoken with Madrid officials in the Spanish capital as they continue to negotiate a deal.
With fewer than two weeks left in the summer transfer window, the Premier League club is scrambling to sign a holding midfielder. Frenkie de Jong and Adrien Rabiot's fees were agreed upon with Barcelona and Juventus, but neither deal was completed. However, Casemiro now seems to be moving to Old Trafford.
""Casemiro to Man United, here we go! Real Madrid accepted all details of the bid, clubs preparing contracts right now. €60m fixed fee, €10m add-ons 🚨🔴🇧🇷 #MUFC
Casemiro has full agreement on four year deal, option until 2027.
Medical and then visa to be sorted during weekend. https://t.co/tiuAdk CR81'"
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