Casemiro is destined to be a coach because he’s ‘already a player in a footballer’s body and watches hundreds of matches for details’, his agent claims – and Brazil teammate Danilo also says he’d ‘love’ the Manchester United midfielder at Juventus
- The football obsessed to be a coach is backed after he retired by agent Oscar Ribot
- The Brazilian is happy at Manchester United and focused on winning titles
- Brazil teammate Danilo would like to see Casemiro join him at Juventus
Casemiro’s agent believes that the Manchester United star is destined to become a coach when he retires, because the Brazilian is obsessed with football.
Since joining United last summer in a £60m deal, the midfielder has become a huge part of Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils squad and one of their Players of the Season.
The good news for United fans is that the 31-year-old has settled in at Old Trafford and his agent Oscar Ribot believes the football-obsessed has no plans beyond his time at Manchester so far.
“The case occurred for four plus one years.” Ribot said.
He came to win titles. This month has been tough, but there is nothing else on his mind.
Casemiro was backed by his agent to become a manager after retiring from the game
The football-obsessed midfielder has been a huge hit for Erik ten Hag’s side since joining the club
In fact, there seems to be nothing more on Casemiro’s mind than football according to Ribot who also believes his client is so obsessed with the game, that he is destined to be a coach – even if the samba star says he won’t.
He added, “Taking a football out of a bag is like taking food from his table, as if he can’t live, he can’t breathe.”
He wakes up thinking about football and falls asleep thinking about football, watching hundreds of matches: any team, any league. I’ve seen him watch Chinese matches because there are always some details.
He says he won’t be a coach, but he will. It is already one in the body of a soccer player.
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One place Casemiro won’t end up anytime soon is Juventus, much to the disappointment of fellow Brazilian Danilo.
Casemiro’s fellow Brazilian Danilo wants the midfielder to join him at Juventus
during an interview with the athleteThe former Manchester City defender was discussing the influence of Brazilian players at the club and admitted he would love to see Casemiro join him in Turin.
The 31-year-old said; The perception of Brazilian footballers has changed, and where there was once a confrontation with Juventus, all these players could come here and stay in the team for years.
I would like to have Casemiro. He will be at home here.
Casemiro has played 39 times for United this season, scoring five goals. Although his disciplinary record has caused problems for the Ten Hag side, he has been red-carded twice this season resulting in a four-match ban for the star midfielder.