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Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes talks about future transfer decision as Man United prepare to make two (2) key signings this summer


Man United is open to offers for club captain Bruno Fernandes this summer, even though his current deal has more than two years left on it.


Bruno Fernandes has made it clear that he wants to stay at Manchester United and won’t talk about his future until after the European Championships.


The Manchester Evening News reported that United will consider offers for the club leader this summer if the right price is put forward. Andre Onana, Alejandro Garnacho, Rasmus Hojlund, and Kobbie Mainoo are the only players who can’t leave the team.



During the next transfer window, a number of players could leave Old Trafford as Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s plan to change everything takes place. This could include a change of boss. Fernandes has been United’s most reliable player this season. He has scored 15 goals and set up 11 others, making him the club’s top scorer and assist giver.


Fernandes says he has no plans to leave United, even though he is not on the “no-sale” list. He told DAZNPortugal, “Right now I’m not thinking about anything else.”


“We can see that it’s not just up to me, does it? A player has to want to be here all the time, but you also have to want him to stay. I think that’s true on both sides right now.


Fernandes has never missed a United game because of an illness, and Erik ten Hag made him captain last summer, taking over from Harry Maguire. The playmaker will be 30 years old in September. He still has two years left on his deal, and there is an option for an extra year.


“Any decision on a transfer away from United would have to wait until mid-July,” the Portugal star said. This is because Ratcliffe might want to cash in on him early. He also said, “I’m not looking ahead too far.”


“Not least because, well, this season hasn’t been what I had hoped for, either individually or as a team, so far.” We could still win the FA Cup [against Manchester City on May 25] to end the season. After that, the Euros are going to be very important.


“To be honest, if I have to think about leaving the Premier League, it won’t be until after the Euros. The FA Cup final and the Euros are the most important things to me right now, so nothing else will be able to take my attention away from them.”



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