Bruno Fernandes


  • 16 June 2021

Manchester United talisman Bruno Fernandes has set a new record for the number of goals scored in a single Premier League season since the well publicised retirement of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 following his strike in the disappointing 4-2 defeat at home to rivals Liverpool.

Fernandes scored the opening goal of the game inside ten minutes but his team could not build on the advantage. He produced a shot with the outside of his right boot for the opener. He was given the goal which deflected off Liverpool defender Nathaniel Philips and into the back of the net. It took his tally to 18 league goals which is more than any other player has scored since Ferguson retired eight years ago. Ferguson was the Manchester United manager for 27 years from 1986 to 2013.


  • 25 March 2021

Manchester United talisman Bruno Fernandes has reportedly turned down the offer of a new deal from his club. This is according to the publication from popular English media platform The Sun.

It was revealed that the player is reluctant to sign a new deal as he wants assurances from Manchester United officials on transfers. Bruno Fernandes wants the club to fight for major titles but the Portuguese national team player is not convinced that the club is equipped to do that.

Fernandes became a Manchester United player at the start of last year following his transfer from Sporting Lisbon FC of Portugal. The Red Devils paid an initial fee of £47m for the Portuguese international but the fee could be as high as £60m to £70m depending on the add-ons in the transfer that took him from Portugal to the Premier League.