The Red Devils boss says the Portuguese playmaker has helped to nudge his side closer to long-awaited major silverware Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Bruno Fernandes has been the "catalyst" for Manchester United as they look to take the "next step" and bring a long wait for major silverware to a close.
Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has enjoyed a stellar 2021 thus far. The 26-year-old leads the way among midfielders in regards to goal contributions this year, the Portugal international netting 14 and assisting nine across all competitions for the Red Devils. Fernandes is on course to remain top of the pile over a 12-month period, something only the very best players achieve.
See who top Fantasy managers are spending big money on in their 2021/22 opening squads The Scout’s panel of experts discuss the best players in each position to consider for Fantasy Premier League squads. What the experts say - Premium midfielders Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_) There are two names who are the first to be added to my squad: Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) and Bruno Fernandes (£12.0m).
The Scout picks a 15-man squad including all three of the Man Utd, Man City and Liverpool stars The Scout is helping Fantasy Premier League managers to build their 15-man squads ahead of Gameweek 1 with some ready-made solutions. Having the top three midfielders At a combined cost of £36.5m, is it possible to fit three of FPL's biggest names into the same squad?
North End welcome Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side to Deepdale for a friendly on Saturday Manchester United could welcome Bruno Fernandes back for the trip to Preston North End on Saturday as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer begins to see some of his international stars return. PNE are building up to their Championship opener with Hull City and having already faced Man City they now welcome their rivals to Deepdale.
When Phil Jones last played for Man United, the club had not signed Bruno Fernandes and he has been injured for over a year. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Axel Tuanzebe is due to leave on loan with Raphael Varane on the verge of completing his transfer to Manchester United.
Lingard offers something different to Fernandes, Matic and Mata still have plenty to offer and Brentford can cause a stir in the Premier League... FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED from Manchester United's thrilling friendly draw with the Bees at Old Trafford
Manchester United and Brentford played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Old Trafford Jesse Lingard proved he offers something different to Bruno Fernandes at No 10 Anthony Elanga could be a good option for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer off the bench Axel Tuanzebe needs a loan move so he can get regular Premier League football
Man United drew 2-2 with Brentford in their third pre-season friendly as Anthony Elanga and Andreas Pereira scored fabulous goals. While the scarlet shirts darkened, Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane FaceTimed, doubtless relieved to be indoors and shielded from a Mancunian monsoon. Varane should don red at Old Trafford on Saturday week against Everton, medical pending, and supporters will derive hope from Pogba's full-beam grin during their call.
Manchester United's attacking options for the 2021/22 season look formidable on paper. Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial have now been joined by Jadon Sancho, was was signed from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth around £75 million. On paper, that is an offensive unit to be feared and as well as the more established stars above, United have some exciting young attackers on the verge of challenging for a first-team place.
Man Utd may lose Paul Pogba before the summer transfer window closes after the Frenchman rejected a new contract. It proved to be a largely disappointing debut season for Manchester United midfielder Donny Van de Beek following his big-money move from Ajax. The 24-year-old struggled for consistent game time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but a change in position could further his progression and see him utilised a lot more regularly this term.
The Portugal international feels his team were unlucky to lose out on silverware last season and believes they can rectify that this time around Bruno Fernandes has backed Manchester United to challenge for major trophies next season. The Red Devils have not lifted any silverware since their Europa League success in 2017, though they reached the final of the tournament last season.
Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes was quick to welcome Raphael Varane to the club after the Red Devils announced a £39million agreement with Real Madrid. The Frenchman is expected in the north-west in the next 48 hours to complete a medical at Carrington after United struck a deal with the La Liga giants.
Manchester United face Brentford in their first home pre-season friendly on Wednesday night. Anthony Martial has returned to Manchester United training and is recovering well from a knee injury suffered towards the end of last season. Martial missed the end of the 2020/21 campaign after injuring his knee on international duty for France in March.
Bruno Fernandes admits that he was suffering physically and mentally at the end of last season, but he is delighted to be back in Manchester United training and raring to go ahead of the new campaign. The 26-year-old played an enormous 58 games for United last season, missing just one Premier League contest and making 15 appearances in Europe.
Manchester United have gained positive momentum in this summer's transfer market. Bruno Fernandes has delivered his verdict on Manchester United’s summer transfer dealings. The Red Devils recently announced the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, while Raphael Varane is now widely expected to complete a move from Real Madrid after a fee was agreed between the sides.
Man United ace Bruno Fernandes is confident that the Reds can make progress as they look to mount a serious Premier League title charge. Manchester United architect-in-chief Bruno Fernandes believes the Reds are in a good place to challenge for silverware this season, as the club continues to make the necessary preparations ahead of the start of the new Premier League campaign.
Bruno Fernandes returns to Man Utd training after ‘charging batteries’ on holiday but will miss out on Brentford clash
BRUNO FERNANDES looked almost up to full steam as he returned to training with Manchester United after his holiday on a yacht - but is NOT ready to face Brentford on Wednesday night. The star midfielder recovered from Portugal's Euro 2020 disappointment by relaxing on a family trip with wife Ana Pinho, although he did stop off to train with his first club Boavista.
The Red Devils have already completed the £73m signing of Jadon Sancho and look set to also bring in Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane Bruno Fernandes believes Manchester United will be strong in the new season "with or without transfers" as the Portuguese midfielder sets his sights on silverware.
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Bruno Fernandes believes improving Manchester United will be even better this season as the playmaker looks to bring silverware to a club making impressive moves in the transfer market. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side finished as Premier League runners-up last term and fell to an agonising penalty shoot-out defeat to Villarreal in the Europa League final in Poland.