Casemiro agents in talks to complete Saudi Pro League move

Manchester United are ready to part ways with Casemiro, whose agents are in talks regarding a move to the Saudi Pro League.

According to a report from HITC, Manchester United have informed Casemiro that they are ready to part ways with him this summer. The Brazilian international has accepted their stance, and his representatives are in talks with clubs from the Middle East as they look to complete a lucrative move to the Saudi Pro League.

Casemiro arrived at Manchester United in the summer of 2022 after a dominating spell with Real Madrid, where he won every major silverware. The Red Devils forked out a significant fee to have him in their ranks. While he had an exceptional debut season at the club, things went downhill in the second campaign.

The Brazilian defensive midfielder failed to live up to the expectations, and Erik ten Hag ended up dropping him from the FA Cup final against Manchester City. While he still has two years left on his deal at the club, Manchester United have decided to sanction his departure.

They have informed the player about it, and he is also ready to move away from Old Trafford. The Red Devils are expected to undergo quite a few changes this summer. They have completed the appointment of Dan Ashworth as their new sporting director, and Christopher Vivell is set to take charge as the head of recruitment.

Casemiro to move to the Middle East?

While the focus will be on bringing in some top players to help revive the club. They also need to sanction departures to make room for new signings. They have a long list of players, who are expected to be offloaded this summer, and Casemiro seems to be at the top of the list as he is one of the highest-paid players at the club.

With the player ready to leave Manchester United, his agents are working on a potential transfer away and have been in talks with clubs from Major League Soccer, Turkish Super Lig and the Saudi Pro League. The option to move to the Middle East is the one that appeals the most to the player.

His representatives are in talks over a move to Saudi Arabia, and several clubs are understood to be ready to make the United star one of their big-name signings this summer. Casemiro is only 32 and he still has a few years left at the top. As a result, he could be a sensational signing for a club from the Middle East.

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