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He’s ready to exit, this is the Saudi offer Man United received for Casemiro

The Brazilian midfielder could finally leave the club at the end of the season

By Mario Perez

Manchester United received a great Saudi offer to sell Casemiro.
Manchester United received a great Saudi offer to sell Casemiro.
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Manchester united’s midfielder Carlos Henrique Casemiro could be living his last few months as a player of the Red Devils, as following the injury he suffered last October and the appearance of the young 18-year-old midfielder Kobbie Mainoo with United’s senior team, he would have been changed his role in Erik Ten Hag’s squad.

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For this reason, INEOS’ board would no longer consider the player as a priority member of the squad, and Jim Ratcliffe would be keen on selling the player for a huge amount of money to raise funds and reinvest massively in the summer transfer market window.

In this sense, it would be worth mentioning that Ratcliffe’s plans for the player would have found a great response from several Saudi Pro League clubs, which would be willing to present to Manchester United the right offer to grant a great sale in the market.

Following these rumors, the British media would have already concreted the interest from Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr to count on the player following the desire of the Portuguese superstar of having his former Real Madrid teammate in the Riad-based club, which would have already made a lucrative offer to United for the player.

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How much could United receive for Casemiro?

According to these sources, the Knights of Nadj would have offered up to £60 million for Casemiro, the minimum expected by Manchester United, that paid that fee to Real Madrid to sign the Brazilian in 2022, and the definitive arrival of the midfielder to Al Nassr could be finally completed in the summer transfer market window.

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