In his first full season at Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes has been involved in 23 goals and 13 assists so far.
The 26-year-old is a key player for the Red Devils and has hit the ground running since arriving at Old Trafford from Sporting in January 2020.
Last week, reports from England stated the attacking midfielder is refusing to sign a new contract until he has assurances from the board over the club’s summer transfer plans.
Calciomercato.it have dismissed the claims made by the English press regarding the Portugal international.
It’s explained United have not made an official or concrete proposal to Fernandes’ camp and these details, including the duration of the new deal, will most likely be discussed at the end of this season or when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side achieve their ‘goals’ for this term.
Despite the claims made in England, the report adds Fernandes’ future ‘really appears to be closely linked to Manchester United’ and the relationship between his camp and the club is ‘excellent’.
Calciomercato.it explain Solskjaer’s star earns €11m per season and his current wages are ‘hard to match’, most likely for other clubs, ‘in times of Covid-19’.
The Italian website has dismissed the English reports and we now have to wait and see what the Portuguese press has to say about Fernandes’ contract talks with United.