Ineos have decided £240,000-per-week star is ‘critical’ to Manchester United, only ‘extraordinary’ offer prompt U-turn

Manchester United are looking at an overhaul this summer and a high number of incomings and outgoings are expected. 

It is already a sad fact that Manchester United will not play in the Champions League this season. We are currently waiting to see if European football will ever happen.

This implies that Manchester United will want to offload players who are surplus to needs in order to bolster the more constrained transfer budget.

The release of Anthony Martial, Brandon Williams, and Raphael Varane may save almost £600,000 on the pay bill alone.

Two of the team’s six biggest earners are Varane and Martial. According to The Telegraph, United is considering offers for Casemiro in light of the Saudi Pro League’s interest.

Ineos set on keeping Bruno Fernandes

Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes, two Manchester United players with contracts expiring at the end of the current campaign, are of interest to the Saudi Pro League.

According to Portuguese publication Record, Bruno Fernandes turned down a “astronomical” offer from Al-Hilal as recently as January. Last year, he turned down interest from Saudi Arabia.

In response to inquiries over his future, Fernandes recently declared his desire to remain at Manchester United for as long as it is needed.

fresh financiers At Manchester United, Ineos is reportedly weighing their alternatives and has already made up their mind regarding Fernandes.

Ineos “quickly concluded that the Portuguese international remains a critical part of the squad as a player but also as a leader,” according to The Telegraph.

Only a “extraordinary” offer would be taken into consideration for the Portugal international’s departure—a term that could be used to any club and elite player in the world of football.

Even though Fernandes is one of the team’s top six earners, the captain offers good value for the money, and Ineos appears happy to offload other players in order to lower the salary cost.

Manchester United weaker without Fernandes

Bruno Fernandes was always quite fit, but he broke his hand recently. The past two Manchester United games he has missed.

Without the leading goal scorer and assist producer for the team, United has found it difficult to pose a threat.

Following Manchester United’s loss against Arsenal, Rio Ferdinand made a statement stating that Fernandes’ absence made every attacking player on the field appear less talented.

Manchester United has failed to score in Fernandes’ two missed games against Crystal Palace and Arsenal, managing just four efforts on goal in 180 minutes.

 

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