Manchester United could be ‘forced’ to hand £250,000-per-week star new deal to keep him at club

According to Sky Sports, Manchester United may need to offer Bruno Fernandes a new contract if they want to keep him with the team.

At United, the Portuguese captain presently earns £250,000 a week. According to certain speculations, teams in the Saudi Pro League may be considering recruiting Bruno Fernandes this summer. It wouldn’t be shocking to see the midfielder look for a fresh challenge given the team’s dismal season.

The Red Devils, nevertheless, cannot afford to lose Fernandes. When he is on the court, the team appears entirely different, and his impact is immense. The most significant player in United’s starting lineup is the Portuguese midfielder.

The Red Devils will need to give Fernandes a better performance because Saudi Arabia would be giving him a lot of money. This season, Bruno has made 46 appearances, totaling 15 goals and 12 assists.

In terms of assists and goals scored, he leads the club. This Manchester United team might not even place in the top fifteen if Fernandes is removed from the team. It is evident that the squad must use every effort to hold onto the 29-year-old.

It would be a big misstep if Man United let go of Fernandes this summer. Hopefully, the team can reach an agreement and pen down an extension with the 29-year-old star.

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