The World Cup-winning star of Brazil, Casemiro, has a new mentality monster at Old Trafford, according to Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal.
Following his £70 million transfer from Real Madrid in the summer, Casemiro has had a promising start to his Premier League career.
During his nine-year stay at the Bernabeu, the 30-year-old won three La Liga championships and five Champions Leagues. He will hope to win more trophies under Erik ten Hag.
£50m Arsenal acquisition Casemiro has received high praise from Jesus, who is confident that his Brazilian teammate will succeed at Manchester United.
Although Jesus followed Casemiro for years at Real Madrid and is aware of how many goals he scored in the Champions League, he said he doesn’t know if English fans followed Casemiro’s career before he moved to the Premier League.
Casemiro’s game for Real can be found online if one searches for him and does so. When he visited, he made a lot of gains. In addition to including Fernandinho, he has played with some excellent midfielders.
But Casemiro, who is just a phenomenal player, has spent a lot of time with him.
Some people don’t respect him very much because they don’t comprehend that. But he does because he played with him for so long and is aware of how talented he is.
Due to his caliber and method of operation, he will unquestionably be a good addition to Manchester United. Simply amazing. He is constantly so focused.
It has been the same everywhere he has been, and that is why he has been so successful: “Don’t lose, don’t give the ball away.” He has a significant influence if you are a player who enjoys working hard and wants to emulate a winner.
Given his wealth of knowledge, Casemiro is a huge asset to everyone. His entire life has been like this; he has experienced a great deal at Real Madrid.
The squad as a whole, however, supports their team, not just him. Because he has been there for a while, there is also a small amount of himself, along with Thiago Silva, Neymar, and Danilo. Like those who previously assisted him, they all make an effort to assist the younger ones.