In the past few hours, Goal Brasil had a couple of stories about Casemiro’s situation at Manchester United.

The first one was to report the midfielder’s potential departure from the Red Devils. There, it’s claimed the ‘marriage’ between player and club could be coming to an end.

The report says that in the coming days, Casemiro will have a meeting with Manchester United’s board and talk about his future. There’s ‘expectation’ he will leave in the summer.

The midfielder is said to be out of the plans at Old Trafford, partly because his relationship with manager Erik ten Hag went sour this season.

The Dutchman left Casemiro out of the FA Cup final for not being 100%, and according to Goal’s sources, that bothered the player, who was ‘upset’ with the situation.

And even though the coach may not be at Old Trafford next season, the 32-year-old is said to be out of Manchester United’s plans, regardless of who’ll be in charge. One of the factors pushing him out is that he’s the best paid player in the squad.

That initial story only named Al-Nassr as one of the clubs who are interested in him, even though there’s a little ‘scepticism’ over the impact the midfielder could have at the club.

Goal then showed up with a fresh story claiming there are two other sides willing to bring him to Saudi Arabia. Those are Al-Ahli and Al-Qasidiya, and they could give him a bigger salary than the one he has at Manchester United.