Casemiro has reportedly told Man United to sign Real Madrid star Eduardo Camavinga.
According to The People’s Person, which cites reports emerging from Spain, the Red Devils have consequently made Camavinga one of their main transfer targets for the summer.
Ten Hag is searching for a high-quality midfielder to play alongside Casemiro next season. And with Arsenal leading the race for West Ham’s Declan Rice, the boss has moved onto Camavinga.
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Casemiro seems to have played a big role in the transfer pursuit. The report claims he has told Man Utd chiefs to sign Camavinga as he rates the Angola-born France international very highly.
The 20-year-old has forced his way into Carlo Ancelotti’s starting eleven, despite fierce competition for midfield places coming from the likes of Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Fede Valverde and Aurelien Tchouameni.
The report claims Man Utd are willing to put an astonishing €130m (£115m) on the table for Camavinga. A deal at this price would obliterate their current transfer record, which is the £89m they spent on Paul Pogba in 2016.