Kobbie Mainoo, an academy product, seems to be Manchester United’s ready-made Casemiro alternative. Manager Erik ten Hag is teasing the youngster, who came up through the ranks at Old Trafford, as a possible star player.
There have been rumors that Manchester United midfielder Casemiro may leave because of the team’s struggles and underwhelming players. There is a chance that Casemiro may go since many Saudi Pro League teams have shown interest in hiring him.
Nonetheless, Kobbie Mainoo, an 18-year-old gifted player from the United program, is seen to be a good Casemiro substitute. During the preseason, Mainoo showed off his skills and won over club icons like Dennis Irwin and Bryan Robson. Mainoo has garnered appreciation for his performance and football acumen despite having played in just a small amount of Premier League games due to injury. He is almost fully healthy.
Club icons such as Bryan Robson have praised Mainoo’s methodical and calm style of play. Along with his boldness, ball abilities, defensive play, and general confidence, Dennis Irwin also gave Mainoo high marks. By playing Mainoo against Real Madrid in the preseason, manager Erik ten Hag showed his faith in the player.
Former Red Devils attacker Andy Cole has highlighted Mainoo’s potential effect on the first team and thinks the young player has a bright future if he keeps up his present level of performance. Mainoo is just eighteen years old, but his preseason exploits have won him a spot in Manchester United’s team, with club veterans praising his skills.
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