Red Devil fans told 50-goal midfielder ‘waiting for Man United’to agree personal terms
Reports have claimed midfielder Bruno Fernandes is waiting for Manchester United to agree terms with Sporting Lisbon.
Despite having a number of top-class midfielders at the club already, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to splash the cash and bring in another creative midfielder, especially as there are rumours in the media which have claimed Paul Pogba could be leaving the club.
Pogba has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past few months as speculation has claimed that he will leave the club at the end of the season if United fail to get back inside the top four spot and Champions League football for next season.
And one name which has been linked with a possible move to Old Trafford over the past few weeks is that of Fernandes, with the Sporting Lisbon midfielder impressing this season and helping his side with 50 goals this season, either created or scored.
And Gazzetta dello Sport reporter Nicolo Schirra says he is keen to push a move through.
“The first Bruno Fernandes’ choice remain Manchester United,” he wrote on Twitter. “He is waiting for the agreement between Red Devils and Sporting.”
Fernandes has shown great quality over the past few seasons and his record for goals and assists this season speak for themselves, as he netted or created 50-goals last season., so it will be interesting to see just whom he would choose if both Liverpool and United make an official offer.
He is seemingly destined to make a big move away from Lisbon and the Premier League is the logical step, especially as it is regarded as the best League in world football.
So if United are all set to wrap up a transfer deal for the talented midfielder, then he could be a real good signing for Solskjaer as he needs to add a bit more creativity and goals to his attack if he is to seriously get back inside the top four and get back into the habit of playing Champions League football on a regular basis.
United just need to make sure that they pay the right amount of money for the star.
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