Bruno Fernandes says when the Premier League season starts back he ‘s amped up for eventually working with Paul Pogba in the center of Manchester United’s midfield.
The Red Devils get their campaign back ready for action against Tottenham on Friday night and the Portuguese midfielder joined talkSPORT for an EXCLUSIVE meeting before their outing to north London.
Predictably, Pogba was at the focal point of a great part of the talk ahead of the confrontation after five months uninvolved, and whether fans will have the option to see the midfielder back into action.
The World Cup victor made just eight appearances this season, playing his latest game on Boxing Day, thanks to a common ankle injury, however, the coronavirus hiatus allowed him time to completely recoup. The ongoing team reports anyway recommended that Pogba could be sidelined against Spurs.
Fernandes was a revelation at Old Trafford, in Pogba ‘s absence. He enrolled three goals and four assists after his £47million arrival from Sporting Lisbon in January after the season had been halted.
It has been claimed that Pogba must ‘earn his way’ back into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first team after his arrival from injury. In any case, Fernandes demanded to talk sport the Frenchman remains one of the club’s best players and has communicated his energy for getting together with him first.
A large group of fans and commentators praised Fernandes to lift the temperament at Old Trafford without any assistance. Joined are unbeaten in the nine games since his arrival from Portugal, and his immediate impact on the Premier League giants was compared with when Eric Cantona marked back in 1992 for the club.
The unassuming midfielder, notwithstanding, maintains that he is only one of many Solskjaer’s squad individuals.
Fernandes also thanks fans from Red Devils for their help since coming to Manchester, saying he has an inclination that he has never left his homeland in Lisbon.