With the English press often reporting lists of players who Manchester United may let go in the summer, many of those articles mentioned Casemiro.

The 32-year-old isn’t exactly having a great season with the Red Devils, and given his high salary costs, he could be one to leave for an alternative market like Saudi Arabia.

That led many São Paulo fans to wonder whether his return to the Brazilian club could be a possibility. That’s why journalist Jorge Nicola now shares a video speaking about it.

The reporter, however, doesn’t give this rumour a possibility, and claims there’s ‘no chance’ Casemiro will leave Manchester United to move to Brazil.

It’s first explained that the midfielder has a very big salary in a long contract with the Red Devils, and would need a huge pay cut to return to South America.

There’s no need for him to do that, especially because Casemiro still has a big market in other countries and could make some good money elsewhere.

It’s said that once Casemiro decides to return to Brazil, it’s likely he joins São Paulo, where he has some history. However, that’s not happening in a move straight from Manchester United right now.