This summer, Manchester United is in severe need of a defensive midfielder. This comes after the McFred pivot lost their first two games and struggled to perform. However, Manchester United has moved to sign the UCL champion.
In an effort to entice the Brazilian to Manchester United, the red devils are reportedly prepared to offer Real Madrid's defensive players a weekly pay that is two times as much. At Real Madrid, Casemiro is presently paid £184,000 a week.
To entice the star to Old Trafford this summer, Manchester United is allegedly prepared to quadruple his income to £368,000 per week. This summer, Erik ten Hag is looking to add new midfielders, and in recent days, star Brazilian has emerged as United's favorite.
Manchester United needs someone, and fast.
According to rumours, the Red Devils are also open to offering star midfielder a five-year contract. Although the club is looking at methods to get a star player, Erik ten Hag hasn't given up on signing the Barcelona midfielder. After four of its key players went on free transfers this summer, United is lacking in midfielders.
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