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‘I will convince him to join but on ONE CONDITION…’ – Cristiano Ronaldo ‘demands’ Al Nassr sign his former Man United teammate

Just over a year after Cristiano Ronaldo made the surprising move to Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr, recent reports suggest that the football icon is keen on his current club signing a familiar face from his past at Manchester United and Real Madrid.

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Ronaldo, a five-time Ballon d’Or winner, made the switch to Al Nassr after his second stint with Manchester United.

Now, he reportedly desires to bring in midfielder Casemiro, a former teammate from both Real Madrid and Manchester United, to join him in the Saudi Professional League.

According to French news outlet Foot Mercato, Ronaldo has urged Al Nassr to make efforts to secure Casemiro’s signature, believing that the Brazilian midfielder could be tempted by a move to Saudi Arabia.

Casemiro, who has been a vital part of Erik ten Hag’s team since joining from Madrid, faced some challenges at the start of the 23/24 season alongside United’s struggles.

Despite Casemiro’s potential move being regarded as difficult this month, Ten Hag has consistently praised the midfielder’s significance.

In a statement towards the end of the 22/23 season, Ten Hag emphasized Casemiro’s impact, stating, “He’s a massive player. Such a good signing. He adapted so well to Premier League football.

He missed many games, and we noticed that. When he’s not there, our game is different. You see how important he is in everything.

This week, twice he’s scored. The first goal is always the most important of the game. He’s doing a massive job, and we’re really happy.”

Looking ahead, the Red Devils are gearing up for their next fixture against Newport County in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

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