Brazilian manager Fernando Diniz was upset with the absence of Manchester United star Casemiro
According to the Portuguese outlet Gazeta Esportiva, Brazilian manager Fernando Diniz was upset when Manchester United midfielder Casemiro couldn’t feature for his nation. We know how impactful Casemiro can be for any team he plays for.
However, according to the Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag, Casemiro is unlikely to be available again until the New Year. Not only is the Dutchman dismayed by Casemiro’s absence, but Brazil will also be without one of the most decorated football players of the modern age for a while.
Fernando Diniz said:
“It’s always good to be able to count on everyone. It’s a shame and a great sadness not to be able to count on Neymar, he is missed in any scenario, as is Casemiro, one of the great exponents in the position in recent years in world football.”
The Brazilian was hauled off the pitch at halftime in the Old Trafford encounter against Newcastle United despite wearing an armband at the beginning of the match.
After his club lost eight of its first fifteen games of the season in all competitions, Erik ten Hag is facing mounting criticism. This represents one of the Dutchman’s recent setbacks.
During the summer transfer window of 2022, Real Madrid, the dominant team in Spain, sold Casemiro to United. The Brazilian played a part in Madrid’s illustrious run of Champions League titles. Before joining the Red Devils, Casemiro won five Champions League trophies with the Spanish team.
Due to the absence of Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, and Casemiro, among others, United will probably rely on their bench to offer cover. There should be a noticeable decline in quality, which will affect our chances of recovering from this awful start. However, recent victories in the Premier League finally helped us climb to the sixth position on the table.
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Casemiro’s performance will be evaluated in future games, with supporters of Old Trafford hoping that he can rediscover his best form. Despite his current struggles, there is still hope for Brazilian’s international future with United as he is still having an impact at Manchester United.