Claims that Casemiro wanted to leave Real Madrid for Manchester United because of the enormous salaries he will undoubtedly earn at Old Trafford have been rejected.
Ben Foster, a football analyst and former Manchester United goalkeeper, claimed that Casemiro’s decision to switch from Real Madrid to Manchester United was only motivated by money.
Until he was promised £300,000 per week and a four-year contract, the Brazilian, according to him, had never intended to leave Real Madrid.
Additionally, Casemiro responded to claims that his decision to leave United was influenced in part by the club’s promise to double his pay during his farewell press conference on Monday.
“Leaving for money? People who say this clearly don’t know me. They’re wrong. If it was for money I would have left four years ago,” the Brazilian said
The 30-year-old is not officially registered in time to play Monday night against Liverpool.
The Brazilian claimed that instead of being introduced to fans at Old Trafford, he will be donning his uniform and boots.
“If it depended on me, I would play against Liverpool today! I can’t wait,” he added.