• The Brazilian pivot leaves Real Madrid to join the Red Devils, who will pay 72 million plus 13 in variables
  • The Brazilian leaves with 18 titles in eight seasons in the first team and certifies at the end of the KMC

It’s official. Carlos Henrique Casemiro, one of the best midfielders in the history of Real Madrid, leaves the white club after eight first-team seasons to go to Manchester United, who will pay around 72 million euros plus 13 in variables for his transfer. 

The Brazilian pivot signs until 2026 with the option of one more season with the Old Trafford club after being an essential part of the reigning Champions and League champions. An undisputed starter at Madrid since he returned from his loan spell at Porto in 2015, he has formed, along with Kroos and Modric, one of the most iconic midfield trios in modern football.

Madrid will offer a tribute and farewell ceremony to Casemiro chaired by Florentino Pérez next Monday at the Ciudad Deportiva de Valdebebas. Afterward, the Brazilian will offer a press conference.

The last title won by the KMC, the European Super Cup, in which
The last title won by the KMC, the European Super Cup, in which

Real Madrid and Manchester United have formalized a lightning operation that began to take shape at the beginning of the week when the Red Devils sent their director of football to the Spanish capital to approach positions with Casemiro. The deal is subject to medical review, completion of terms with the player, and UK visa requirements, United have reported.

The player said goodbye to his teammates today while  Madrid and United finalized the terms of the agreement. As soon as he signs with the Red Devils, he will become one of the highest-paid players in the Premier League with an annual salary of around 13 million euros per season.

The Brazilian leaves the white club at the top and is one of the foremen of the locker room to take on the challenge of leading the resurgence of a Manchester United hit by a rampant sports crisis. Erik Ten Hag‘s men are last in the Premier after chaining two consecutive defeats.

Winner of 18 titles, Casemiro leaves Madrid after 336 games, 31 goals, and 21 assists. The partnership he formed with Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, one of the most prolific, winning, and complementary partnerships seen in recent times, will forever remain in the memory of Madridistas. The Bermuda Triangle, as Carlo Ancelotti baptized it, is already history at Real Madrid.

Casemiro’s record

  • 5 Champions League
  • 3 Leagues
  • 3 European Super
  • Cups 3 Club World Cups
  • 1 Copa del Rey
  • 3 Spanish Super Cups

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