Man Utd fans accused of ‘stealing’ popular Arsenal song for new ‘Bruno and Casemiro’ chant

Manchester United fans released a new song for Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro – but Arsenal fans are furious they were ‘robbed’. You can check it below:

He started Saturday afternoon’s clash with Southampton on the bench, but United fans already have a chant for their new number 18.

Footage emerged of fans outside singing “Bruno and Casemiro” to the tune of Status Quo’s 1970s hit “Rockin’ All Over the World”.

Casemiro warming up against Southampton. (Image credit: Alamy)

If you think you’ve heard it before, well, you’ve heard it. Arsenal adopted the song last year for Hale End academy duo Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe.

It became a popular hit at the Emirates Stadium and the Gunners faithful aren’t too happy with United’s interpretation.

One fan commented, “Why did they try to grab our song like that? Embarrassing.”

Another said: “Beyond the sadness.”

A third tweeted: “They want to be us so badly. If I talk I’m in big trouble.”

While someone added: ‘Football songs are going around I know but this is beyond a joke.

Saka and Smith Rowe are popular players at Arsenal.  (Image credit: Alamy)
Saka and Smith Rowe are popular players at Arsenal. (Image credit: Alamy)

Casemiro joined United after nine years in the Spanish capital, where he won three La Liga titles and five Champions League crowns.

Many have wondered why the Brazil international chose to leave Real for United, who recorded their lowest points tally in the Premier League last season.

The Red Devils will also play in the Europa League this season after failing to finish in the top four.

It looks like Casemiro isn’t too disappointed not to hear the iconic Champions League theme – in fact, he wants to play every other Thursday.

Asked about not playing in the Champions League this season, Casemiro told ESPN Brasil: “Well… I already have five, don’t I?”

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