According to Marca, Real Madrid are not prepared to lose Casemiro, either on loan or a permanent transfer, with the Brazilian forming a part of new manager Carlo Ancelotti’s plans for next season.
The club have absolutely no plans of allowing the midfielder to leave the capital side this summer.
According to the report, Ancelotti is hoping that the Brazilian, who played for Madrid’s reserve side Castilla last season, will provide him with another option for the first-team’s midfield next season.
Madrid has gone out and broken the record books this summer in order to add more personnel to their midfield next season, bringing in Spanish starlets Isco and Asier Illarramendi.
The transfer of Illarramendi from Real Sociedad has seen him become the most expensive Spanish player ever to be signed by Real Madrid in their history.
The recent signings, along with the presence of Xabi Alonso, Luka Modric and Sami Khedira had led some to believe that Madrid might be willing to let go of the 21-year-old Brazilian, especially on loan, to let him gain more experience. However, the club has no such plans and Casemiro is set to remain with the first-team squad next season.
With Xabi Alonso set to miss out on the first few months of next season due to his injury, Casemiro’s importance in the squad has increased and the player is set to stay with the club and play a part in Ancelotti’s plans, at least until the winter transfer window, when the club might take a look at the situation again and change their view.
Casemiro had arrived from Sao Paolo last December on loan and spent his time with the Castilla side and had also played one match against Real Betis for the first team.
Following his good performances, Real Madrid decided to make the move permanent, activating his release clause of €6m and signing the Brazilian to a four-year deal with the club.
The talented midfielder was Real's second signing this summer after the arrival of Dani Carvajal from Bayer Leverkusen.
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