“It’s like he’s been here for two years”: Diogo Dalot reveals that Bruno Fernandes has established himself well after his move of £ 68 million to Manchester United
- Bruno Fernandes joined Sport United in Lisbon in January
- The midfielder made his Red Devils debut in their scoreless draw with Wolves
- He is currently training with his new teammates in Spain during the winter break
The £ 60 million from Manchester United that Bruno Fernandes signs already feels at home according to his countryman Diogo Dalot.
The move from Fernandes to Manchester United was confirmed on January 30, but Dalot said it already feels like the former captain of Sporting Lisbon has been with the club for two years.
Dalot, Fernandes and their club teammates are currently enjoying the winter break in Spain with the journey through which the Portuguese midfielder can establish himself as a United player.
Diogo Dalot has revealed that Bruno Fernandes has settled easily in Manchester United
Fernandes (center) works on a bicycle next to Dalot (left) and Juan Mata (right)
Dalot told about the arrival of Fernandes Official website of Manchester United: ‘Perfect. I mean, it’s like he’s been here two years.
‘He is very happy with the boys, it is very good to have him here, it is very good for me, very good for the team, he is a fantastic player and a fantastic person.
“So it’s another one to help the team.”
Dalot has called on his teammates to aim for a Champions League spot and win silverware during the final stages of the season with United still in the Europa League and FA Cup.
Fernandes made his Manchester United debut against Wolves on 1 February
He added: “That is why we are here. Man United always fights for trophies and to win games.
‘Those competitions, we want to win them with everything we have and the battle for the top four in the Premier League, because that’s what we want as players.
“I think we have everything to do that.”
United will face Chelsea in the Premier League on Stamford Bridge on Monday and will face Club Brugge in the Europa League on Thursday.