Casemiro is now urging £75m player to join Manchester United instead of Newcastle this summer

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This summer, Newcastle United has been linked with a bold attempt to sign Neymar, but Casemiro of Manchester United is allegedly pleading with him to transfer to Old Trafford.

Last night, the Magpies qualified for the Champions League with one game remaining. This week, when Manchester United plays Chelsea, they will have the opportunity to do the same.

In the upcoming summer transfer window, both clubs will undoubtedly be active, and they have both been connected to some high-profile players. The biggest of them all, though, might just be Neymar. Recently, L’Equipe released the most recent.

Neymar should go to Manchester United instead of Newcastle, says Casemiro
At the beginning of this month, journalist Graeme Bailey asserted that “Neymar’s transfer to the Premier League is in the best interests of Newcastle United’s majority shareholders PIF.”

The best player in the world is from Brazil, but there is a good chance that he will leave Paris Saint-Germain before the start of the upcoming season.

According to Bailey, Neymar’s departure from the French champions would cost £75 million, which is a significant sum of money but one that Newcastle’s new owners could easily afford.

However, L’Equipe is now claiming that Manchester United is also in the race to sign Neymar, and that Erik Ten Hag’s team is currently the one with the’most advanced’ interest.

Casemiro is allegedly making a genuine effort to persuade the Brazilian to join him at Old Trafford.

Neymar’s transfer to the Premier League from PSG would be one of the biggest deals of the summer.

The Brazilian is unquestionably a game-changing superstar. He has won everything at the club level, and on his best day, he is nearly impossible to defend against by the best defenders in the world.

To sign Neymar, who is already 31 and makes outrageous salaries, Newcastle or Manchester United simply cannot be expected to spend big money.

It will be interesting to see how PSG and Neymar fare this summer.

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