Bruno speaks up on CR7's future.
With his contract with the Red Devils entering its final year, Ronaldo is reportedly considering leaving because of the dearth of incoming transfers.
There were also rumours that Erik ten Hag might not want Cristiano Ronaldo, despite the fact that both the player and the coach had publicly embraced.
Ronaldo will work with Fernandes on Monday before the Red Devils leave for their Asian tour, according to Fernandes.
The only thing I'm hoping for is that Cristiano will be there with me on Monday and that he's one of the people who will return later due to the Seleço's games "O Jogo was told by Fernandes.
"I'm not aware of anything else, but everyone is aware of their future. I don't think the club would be willing to lose someone as valuable as Cristiano.
Ronaldo concluded the previous season as United's leading scorer after tallying 24 goals in all competitions during his return to Old Trafford.
Bruno Miguel Borges Fernandes, a midfielder for Manchester United of the Premier League and the Portugal national team, was born in Portugal on September 8, 1994. Fernandes is renowned for his ability to score goals, create plays, lead by example, take penalties, and work hard.
Bruno Miguel Borges Fernandes, full name
Birthdate: 8 September 1994 (age 27)
birthplace Maia, Portugal
Size 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
a club's details
Number 18 of the present-day Manchester United
Originally from Maia, Porto, Fernandes began his professional career with Serie B club Novara before moving on to Serie A club Udinese in 2013 and then Sampdoria three years later. He signed with Sporting CP in 2017 after spending five years in Italy, where he was made club captain. He was named to the Primeira Liga Team of the Year and Player of the Year in both seasons as a result of winning back-to-back Taças da Liga in 2018 and 2019, as well as the Taça de Portugal. He set a record in 2018–19 by scoring 33 goals across all competitions, making him the highest-scoring midfielder in Europe overall and the highest-scoring Portuguese midfielder.
Following interest from numerous Premier League clubs, Fernandes was signed by Manchester United for an initial fee of €55 million (£47 million), at the time the second-highest sum paid for a Portuguese player to leave the domestic league.
Former Portugal youth international Fernandes competed for his nation at the under-19, under-20, under-21, and under-23 levels. He participated in the 2016 Summer Olympics for Portugal. He played in Portugal's squads for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals, and the UEFA Euro 2020, winning the 2019 competition on home soil and earning a spot in the Team of the Tournament. He made his senior international debut in 2017.
Born in Maia, Porto's metropolitan area, Fernandes grew up supporting Porto since his mother was a fan, and he also backed Manchester United because he admired and tried to emulate his countrymen Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Ronaldinho, Zinedine Zidane, and Stephen Ireland. When he was younger, Fernandes and his older brother Ricardo, who was also a professional football player, used to play football on the streets. Fernandes was asked to move to Switzerland with his father, who had already immigrated there, but he declined because of the quality of football played there.
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