Over the weekend, reports from the English media emerged claiming there was a row between Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
There was a ‘a furious half-time bust-up’ instigated by the midfielder during the 6-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford.
However, when speaking to people close to the player, Sport Witness heard there’s no conflict between the player and his coach.
The claims were referred to as ‘lies’, as Bruno Fernandes continues to be committed to the work carried out by Solskjaer as manager of the Red Devils.
Following his €55m move from Sporting back in January, Bruno Fernandes started in every single Premier League match played by Manchester United.
The midfielder holds a record of 14 goals and 10 assists in 26 appearances for the club so far, and is said to be excited with the signings made to strengthen the squad this summer.
Fernandes is currently featuring for Portugal, where he played for 80 minutes against France on Sunday, and is expected to start against Sweden on Wednesday.
He should be back in action for Manchester United in the match against Newcastle United on Saturday.