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Bruno Fernandes @ Man City? Man Utd? PSG?
_Marcos_ 2 years ago
Sporting CP, Portugal 14 258


Bruno Fernandes is been linked to Man City, Man Utd and PSG recently and I would like to kown your opinion on this.
Where should he go? And why?

I personally would like to see him in Man City. I think he is a Pep Guardiola type of player, and would fit like a glove in that midfield. (B. Fernandes - Fernandinho - B.Silva) or (Kevin de B. - B.Fernandes - B.Silva).

The rumours are saying that Sporting CP is asking for 70M€ minimum for starting negociation.
Is that too much or too little?

May I add that Bruno Fernandes is now the midfielder with the most goals in one season EVER, in all european frist football leagues (31 Goals in 50 Games), overtaking F.Lampard (27 Goals - 2009/2010 - Chelsea) and Alex (29 Goals - 2004/2005 - Fenerbahçe).


Emobot7 2 years ago
457 10780

The kind of player that pass under the radar because he doesn't play in one of the top five european competition. Really hyped to see him play in a bigger club. I agree he would propably fit well at City, could start as a rotation player at first and slowly adapt to the league. Could replace David Silva when the later start losing his form.

iHEARTfootball 2 years ago
Manchester United 37 936

If he wants a challenge, and I mean real challenge, then Manchester United is the perfect club for him. Otherwise, I wouldn't blame if he chooses to go to City, which is thriving at the moment. Not entirely sure if he'll gain much from playing for PSG, knowing how one-sided that league has become.

amir_keal 2 years ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2872

City have made the approach apparently, but United are in desperate need of a player like him. It would be a good buy.

Emobot7 2 years ago
457 10780

Wow, if its true, congrats to United. Could be a big one if he live up to the hype.

harrycallum 2 years ago
Manchester City, England 0 3

He has garnered mass interest, though, following a Primeira Liga campaign in which he scored 20 goals and laid on 13 assists.

The 24-year-old best operates in an advanced central midfield role and Manchester United see him as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba, who Juventus are trying to sign this summer.

Although United face competition from their fiercest rivals - Liverpool and City - they are best placed to sign Fernandes, according to Italian media outlet Radio Rossonera.