Portuguese star Bruno Fernandes had an impressive time at Sporting before agreeing his move to Manchester United in January 2020.
The midfielder had been a star in his country for a couple of years, and the move to a big Premier League side was no surprise at the time.
What few people remember, however, is that he had not so great years in Italy before that. The player left Portugal in 2012, having then featured for Novara, Udinese and Sampdoria, whom he left in 2017.
Since Fernandes’ arrival at Manchester United, he has racked up 49 goals and 39 assists in 114 matches for the club.
His latest pass to a goal was made last night, when assisting for Anthony Elanga to score Manchester United’s equaliser in the 1-1 draw.