Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is considering getting rid of Real Madrid midfielder Carlos Henrique Casemiro during the next summer transfer window.
Real Madrid won the La Liga title for the 35th time in its history after winning 4-0 at its guest Espanyol last Saturday, to guarantee the title with four rounds to the end, as its score became 81 points, 17 points behind second-placed Seville, and veteran Italian Carlo Ancelotti became the coach. Real Madrid is the first coach to win the league title in the five major leagues in Europe, after previously winning in England, Italy, France and Germany.
Henrique Casemiro may not have completed one of the most prominent elements in the backbone of Ancelotti’s men, and the reason for his sale lies in the possibility of obtaining a good economic return and seizing the opportunity to renew the Madrid midfield.
While Casemiro has a contract with Real Madrid until 2025, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing him.
Therefore, Real Madrid is closely following Chuamini, the Monaco midfielder, who is shining in the French League, after he caught the attention of some of the best clubs on the continent, including Manchester City, and they consider him in Real as the ideal alternative to Brazilian Casemiro and will fight to persuade him to sign him.