Fernandes remains keen on a dream move to the Premier League, but he is not desperate to leave Sporting Lisbon this summer.
We are covering a rumor on Bruno Fernandes after quite some time now that there is a key update in the transfer saga.
The 24-year-old Portugal global enjoyed a stellar campaign with Sporting last season, as he guided them to two domestic trophies as their captain before helping his country win the first-ever Nations League.
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The Portuguese worldwide would be an exciting addition to Solskjaer's squad if he does end up moving to Old Trafford as he contributed a staggering 32 goals and 18 assists in all competitions last season.More news: Chicago Police Search For 5-Foot Gator Hiding in Popular Park Lagoon
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And, following such a spellbinding campaign, it is hardly surprising that the player is attracting interest from some of the biggest clubs in England, specifically Manchester United, who have reportedly been in talks with his entourage. But this race is still sees Manchester United in the lead.
A closer inspection would suggest that more contribution is required from the midfielders, with only Paul Pogba being a regular scorer, to some extent.
Correio da Manhã says Frederico Varandas is now set to speak to Bruno Fernandes in Switzerland, where Sporting started their preseason. Instead, United have presented a proposal over a €55 million move.
City have already had a bid of €45million (£40m) for Fernandes rejected, with Sporting holding out for €70million (£63m).
Although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are yet to agree a fee for the 24-year-old, reports in his homeland claimed they have spoken to him.