According to former Manchester United star Andrei Kanchelskis, no one else in this Manchester United squad compares to Casemiro.Information Guide Nigeria
Casemiro joined Manchester United from Real Madrid in the summer, and he’s proven to be an excellent addition to Erik ten Hag’s squad, settling in quickly and quickly becoming one of the team’s most important players.
United also have players like Scott McTominay and Fred, but there is a significant gap between the starters and the backups……Continue Reading
Kanchelskis told Ladbrokes Fanzone exclusively that he now wants to see the MUFC board sign two or three more players like Casemiro this summer, given how difficult it will be for Ten Hag to replace him while he is suspended and unavailable for selection.NYSC Portal
He said: “In my opinion, Casemiro is a great signing, I think that’s obvious. His position on the pitch is so important, and he’s one of the best in the world.
“But, again, the problem comes when you look past Casemiro at the rest of the options available to the manager. You need two or three Casemiros, but there’s only one in this team.
“It’s another problem with depth; another problem I never faced when I was a United player. We had Roy Keane, Paul Ince, and Bryan Robson, and then Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt; the standard was so high, it wasn’t a problem if one of those guys was suspended for a few games, because you knew his replacement was just as good.
“I’m a little worried for United over the next few weeks, quite simply because Casemiro is so important, and there’s no one else at his level in the squad. So while I’m grateful to the guys who helped bring a player of his standard to the club, I also hope they’ll go out and get a couple more in that position in the summer.
“Man United is a big club; they need more players coming in at Casemiro’s standard, because in moments like this, where he is out for the next four games, you worry about who will be stepping in to replace him. My advice? Please buy more Casemiros!”…….Continue Reading
It’s good advice for United, but easier said than done!