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Casemiro under threat, will receive less salary if Man Utd fail to qualify for Champions League

By Harry Smith

Casemiro under threat, will receive less salary if Man Utd fail to qualify for Champions League

One of the faces of the team, the Brazilian midfielder has won five Champions League titles

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Casemiro's signing was largely about acquiring an experienced player who can help the midfield and the rest of his team-mates, and one of the temptations of coming to play at Old Trafford was the salary he was being offered.

 

Man Utd's decision to sign the former Real Madrid player, instead of Frenkie de Jong who was in the team's interest, was a huge one. No doubt on this occasion they decided to go for someone with more experience and longevity, so Casemiro at 30 years of age will have to prove he deserves his salary.

 

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The Red Devils players know that they can't miss out on the Champions League for another year, so the directors are looking for that short-term objective, if they are left out again one of the changes would be a reduction in salary, as there are specific clauses in the current contracts.

 

As with veterans and squad leaders, so it is with the commercial and sport sponsorship aspects. Recently, the Old Trafford club signed a 10-year contract with Adidas, valued at around €865 million. In the possible event of not playing in the Champions League, United would earn 30% less than the stipulated amount, so this is how contracts will work to achieve goals.

 

Casemiro is one of the players who will be under pressure, as will Cristiano

 

It is also not a demand that should surprise many as the team is going through a moment of returning to the best level, in addition to having a squad full of stars and big names. So more than a demand, this will be an obligation for the team led by the Dutch coach, Erik ten Hag.

 

 

 

 


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