Modern-day Cambiasso’ 99% wants to join United, Fred will be replaced

February 15, 2023

Christian Eriksen, Scott McTominay, and Donny van de Beek are all injured, and Casemiro has been suspended for the last few Premier League games. This leaves Manchester United with a problem in the midfield.

Erik ten Hag’s team already didn’t have a lot of depth in that area, but these problems have shown it even more. Lately, the lack of a good alternative to Casemiro at the base of the midfield has been a big problem. These problems have only shown that they don’t have enough depth in that area.

The Red Devils will probably start making plans soon to find a good replacement for the Brazilian team. The most recent idea is that Royal Antwerp starlet Arthur Vermeeren could be a possible solution. This would fit with the fact that the Red Devils are probably already planning to find a replacement for the Brazilian team in the near future.

The Daily Mail said last week that the Old Trafford club and Newcastle United, who they will face in the Carabao Cup, are’monitoring’ the talented 18-year-old because of how well he has played in his home country of Belgium recently. This is because of how well the Belgian gem has played in his home country recently.

The report says that the young player could get a transfer fee of up to £20 million before the summer transfer season starts. Even though he just signed a new contract extension this month that lasts until 2026.

Is suggested byJacek Kulig, a talent scout, thinks that Vermeeren is a player with a “big future” ahead of him, even though he has only played 17 senior games. Even though Vermeeren doesn’t have a lot of first-team experience, this is still the case.

Kulig called him a “incredibly solid and mature midfielder.” He does seem to have what it takes to be Casemiro’s replacement in the years to come, as he has won the ball by making an average of 2.9 tackles and 1.1 interceptions per game in the Pro League this season. Kulig has said that the “extremely solid and mature midfielder” has what it takes to replace Casemiro.

Based on what he has done in the past, it seems like Vermeeren could set a good screen for Ten Hag in front of the defensive back four. The United midfielder who was bought for £70 million is already doing a great job in this role. In his 17 Premier League games, he has averaged 3.3 tackles and 1.3 interceptions per game. This means that the current United midfielder was brought in to fill this role.

The five-time winner of the Champions League was called the “cement” of United’s team by their manager. The former star for Real Madrid is also seventh in the English Premier League with 56 tackles so far this season. This shows why the manager has been talking about him in this way.