Manchester United midfielder Casemiro could be leaving the club next summer after experiencing a difficult second season.
The Brazilian has been the subject of scrutiny due to some of his performances, leading the club to reportedly sanction a sale in 2024.
However, it appears that a departure could come earlier, with reports suggesting that Casemiro is open to leaving the club at the end of the current season.
Casemiro joined Man United from Real Madrid in 2022 and made a significant impression during his first season, contributing seven goals and seven assists in 52 competitive appearances.
He played a pivotal role in helping the Red Devils secure a top-four finish and lift the EFL Cup, the club’s first trophy in seven years.
Despite having over two years remaining on his contract, Football Insider suggests that the club is willing to let him go next summer.
While a number of clubs are reportedly interested in the midfielder, clubs from the Saudi Pro League are said to be leading the charge due to their financial ability to afford his transfer fee and salary, which is believed to be in excess of £300,000 a week.
Casemiro is currently recovering from a hamstring injury he sustained earlier this month. Although he returned to start Man United’s EFL Cup defeat to Newcastle United on November 1, he was forced off at half-time due to the hamstring issue. It is expected to keep him out of action until the new year.