It’s Not Those English Clubs Who Win Every Cup Because They Have A Lot Of Money: Cruz Hinted That The Superstar Left Real For Money: The world of football is once again set to enter into transfer negotiations. After the World Cup in Qatar, these discussions will become more active by the beginning of next year.

Earlier, Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, Mbappe, Haaland, and some other leading players were discussing changing clubs. The January transfer window could see many expected and unexpected changes.

Amid burning transfer news, a surprise transfer that took place in the summer season is once again being discussed. It is the transfer of Real Madrid superstar Casemiro to Manchester United.


Real Madrid’s spearhead Toni Kroos has resurfaced some parts of an interview he gave a month ago and the football world is re-thinking about Casemiro’s club change.

Cruz’s words suggest that Casemiro’s move from La Liga to the English Premier League was purely for money.

Casemiro was signed by United for a fee of €70.65 million. According to reports, the star earns 420,000 euros per week.


In this interview, the actor also talks about the pain he felt when Casemiro left.

“I was also surprised that Casemiro left the club. Rumors about the transfer came two days ago. Rumors like this happen all the time, but most of them are not true.

But when he came and said he was leaving, I was shocked. Really sad. I remember playing with him in the past years and all the successes we achieved together.


Television money is very high in England. It has been like that for several years. But English teams do not always win all the world championships. Because at least some players play to win, not for the salary,’ says Cruz.

TeamTalk reports that Cruz’s response was to the Spanish media.

Criticisms and comments similar to those made by Cruz were raised shortly after the transfer. But Casemiro’s answer was that the Premier League is stronger than La Liga and that is why he decided to change the club.


Cruz and Casemiro were formidable partnership in the Real Madrid team that won back-to-back Champions League titles in 2016, 2017, and 2018. They played 237 matches together and won 16 titles including the Champions League and La Liga. Therefore, Casemiro’s unexpected transfer not only upset Cruz but the team and the fans alike.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here