The signing of Bruno Fernandes by Manchester United in January has completely reinvigorated the club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have gone from competing for a Europa League spot to looking like challenging for a Premier League title sooner rather than later, in a very short space of time.
The impact the Portuguese has made has been laid completely bare. He has helped transform the team by improving the pace of their attacks and making them much more creative in midfield.
The Premier League table since Bruno Fernandes joined Man United 👀 pic.twitter.com/gNIW3ZhzRl— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) July 17, 2020
Bruno Fernandes insisted on going out to train on his first day at #mufc when he completed his medical at Carrington even though his new teammates weren't in and it was his daughter's third birthday. #muzone [Mail] pic.twitter.com/7utH19q2dc— United Zone (@ManUnitedZone_) July 1, 2020
Paul Pogba looks much more likely to stay at Old Trafford next season, which could be crucial to helping them close the gap at the top. United are also heavily linked with a move to sign Jadon Sancho, but reports emerged last week that they won’t be willing to pay £50million for the England winger.