Club ready to agree £76.6m fee to sign £18.2m a year Man Utd star – Report

Vinicius Casemiro and Militao - Real Madrid

Two years ago, Manchester United paid a fee of £70m to sign Casemiro from Real Madrid. Now, they may have the chance to earn profit from his sale.

The Brazilian international was brilliant in his first season and helped the Red Devils earn a place back in the Champions League.

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However, last season, Casemiro was arguably in the worst form of his career. In turn, Man Utd suffered big time and finished 8th in the table.

According to an exclusive story covered by Caught Offside, Al-Nassr are ready to agree a fee of around £76.6m to sign the Samba star.

As per the news source, the Saudi side have assured the defensive midfielder is a priority and even he is willing to leave Old Trafford.

Casemiro will reunite with former Real Madrid team-mate, Cristiano Ronaldo, if he joins Al-Nassr from Man Utd.

The five time Champions League winner will turn 33 next year. He is well past his prime and it would be a massive boost to the transfer kitty if Ineos can gain £76.6m from his sale.

Moreover, they will also be able to get rid of his huge wages of worth £18.2m a year, £350,000 a week.

In your opinion, should Man Utd sell Casemiro if they receive an offer of around £76.6m?

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