After his transfer from Real Madrid is finalised, we can confirm that Casemiro will wear the no. 18 jersey for Manchester United.JAMB Result
On Monday night, the Brazilian’s arrival was officially announced, and he was quickly introduced in front of a boisterous crowd at Old Trafford before the 2-1 Premier League victory over Liverpool.
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The five-time Champions League champion trained with his new teammates on Thursday, and he will be eligible for Saturday’s game against Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium.
However, fans will have to wait to see him in red because the players will be sporting our green third kit for Saturday’s 12:30 BST game on the south coast.JAMB Result
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In his signing interview that was released on Thursday, Casemiro was asked which players were his idols when growing up and the smiling Brazilian pointed to a ginger genius who made no.18 famous at United.
“Well, there are many players,” he told journalist Andy Mitten. “I think there are players that you remember in your life. So, in terms of idols in this position my idol growing up was always [Zinedine] Zidane, [but] here at Manchester United, it was always Paul Scholes.
“He’s a player that was small but he got stuck in, he was a fighter, he gave everything on the pitch. His passing over 50 to 70 metres was incredible. Manchester United have always [had] good players in that position. [Michael] Carrick was also a great player so I think that Manchester United have always had good players in that position and in midfield.
“The little guy [Scholes] was very good and what I loved about him when he played was that he was small but he went in hard and fair.”