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Bruno United, the new boy from Manchester United, treats David de Gea, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata for dinner

Bruno United, new boy from Manchester United, treats David de Gea, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata for dinner at the restaurant of the former Chelsea star as they prepare for the Stamford Bridge test

  • Bruno Fernandes took three of his Manchester United teammates out to dinner
  • David de Gea, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata all accompanied the Portuguese
  • The quartet went to Tapeo & Wine in Manchester, where Mata is a shareholder
  • United returns to Premier League-action against Chelsea on Monday-evening

Bruno Fernandes treated three of his teammates to dinner in Manchester United on Saturday night.

The Portuguese dined with David de Gea, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata at Tapeo & Wine in Manchester, a restaurant where Mata is a shareholder.

Goalkeeper de Gea posted a photo of the quartet on Instagram and said: ‘Welcome Bruno Fernandes. Thanks for the food. ”

David de Gea places a photo last night with Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata

David de Gea places a photo last night with Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot and Juan Mata

Fernandes participated in the training camp of United in Spain prior to their game against Chelsea

Fernandes participated in the training camp of United in Spain prior to their game against Chelsea

Fernandes participated in the training camp of United in Spain prior to their game against Chelsea

All four players hope to be involved in United’s first game via the winter break after the two-week free time.

The Red Devils take on Chelsea on Stamford Bridge on Monday night and try to narrow the gap with their opponents in the fourth to three points.

Fernandes, 25, completed his long-awaited move to Old Trafford in January and made his debut for the winter break against Wolves.

The deal, which could see the compensation amount to £ 67 million, was one of the two signatures made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last month.

Fernandes made his debut for United on 1 February in the scoreless draw against Wolves

Fernandes made his debut for United on 1 February in the scoreless draw against Wolves

Fernandes made his debut for United on 1 February in the scoreless draw against Wolves

After the long discussions that led to the signing just before the deadline, Francisco Salgago Zenha, vice president of Sporting Lisbon, said he believes his club was the one who won the negotiations and that United “overpaid.”

As reported by the mirror , Zenha said: “I realized during the negotiations that Manchester United was convinced that we would admit that he was doing the deal for 50 million euros. Well, in the end they paid 65 million.

“They were wrong and ultimately paid what we wanted. We received 20 million more than if we had sold four months ago. ”


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