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Manchester United joined Liverpool and Newcastle for a new Casemiro

By Mario Perez

Manchester United joined Liverpool and Newcastle for a new Casemiro

Sir Jim Ratcliffe would be ready to make a massive impact on the team

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Manchester United’s minority stakeholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe would be ready to make his great impact on the Red Devils through a great summer transfer market after it seems unlikely that the head of INEOS’ board at the club was going to try any signing this month, as he would be willing to plan his decisions in the next few months.

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In this sense, the British billionaire would have already decided to sell several important players from the squad to raise funds to reinvest in the market, with the Brazilian 31-year-old Carlos Henrique Casemiro heading the selling list set by INEOS’ board with a potential sale of the player to the Saudi Pro League according to the British media.

According to the Mancunian journal Manchester Evening Standard, Ratcliffe would be ready to sell Casemiro for at least €50 million after having found his potential replacement at Manchester United, given the growing interest of the Mancunian club in the Atalanta 24-year-old midfielder Ederson.

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Manchester United would pay €40 million for the player

Following these sources, Manchester United would have started their negotiations to sign the player valued at €40 million by Atalanta, seen as a similar profile to the one of Bruno Guimaraes or Casemiro, which would have caused that the Red Devils started a great race to sign the midfielder with other Premier League teams such as Liverpool or Newcastle.


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