‘He’s a born winner’: Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay says Bruno Fernandes has been a ‘breath of fresh air’ at Old Trafford
- The midfielder left Sporting Lisbon in January for £ 68 million for the Red Devils for £ 68 million
- The 25-year-old has three goals and three assists and deserves support from experts
- Scott McTominay, 23, said he had been “a breath of fresh air” around Old Trafford
- It comes after full back Luke Shaw said Fernandes was a “brilliant signing.”
Bruno Fernandes is a ‘born winner’ and was a ‘breath of fresh air’ at Manchester United, said teammate Scott McTominay.
The midfielder left Sporting Lisbon for the Red Devils for £ 68 million in January and has started.
The 25-year-old has already won three goals and three assists and has received critical acclaim from experts and teammates.
Bruno Fernandes is a “born winner” and has been a “breath of fresh air,” said Scott McTominay
The midfielder left Sporting Lisbon for United for £ 68 million in January and performed
McTominay told a news conference Target: ‘With Bruno you see that he comes in and that he is a born winner – you see that in training.
“He’s ready to take the ball in any situation and play the killer pass – we need that creative spark. I can’t give him enough credit for the way he started. ‘
The 23-year-old added: ‘He’s very demanding, a number 10 who wants the ball, but he’s been a breath of fresh air. He has a personality and that is what this football club needs – he has it in abundance. ‘
McTominay told press conference: ‘With Bruno you can see that he comes in and that he is a born winner’
Fernandes was in the squad that won 2-0 against Manchester City in the derby on Sunday and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad took advantage of his creative game.
Another person who has noticed his influence is Luke Shaw, who hailed the Portuguese as a “brilliant signature.”
He said, “Sometimes we know that he will lose possession, but we need some sort of risk passes that will unlock the defense.
Luke Shaw believes there is more to come from Fernandes, who he says is “ brilliant. ”
The 25-year-old midfielder has made a flying start with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United
“He’s been a brilliant signing so far, and he’s already come in with a few assists and a few key goals.
“We will keep pushing the standards and we will keep pushing him because so much more is coming from him.”
United are three points away from the Champions League, with Chelsea in fourth place.
The Red Devils will play LASK in the Europa League for only 500 people on Thursday evening due to restrictions on tackling the corona virus.