Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United dismisses claims of a dressing room feud

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Bruno Fernandes has refuted rumors of a Manchester United dressing room split, insisting that the players are committed to “sticking together.”

Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United dismisses claims of a dressing room feud

A power battle between Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire, according to the Mirror, is causing tension.

Those rumors were debunked by Fernandes, who claimed that their celebrations at Leeds on Sunday were indicative of a cohesive team.

“It’s honestly people trying to make up things about this club,” the Portugal midfielder explained.

Bruno Fernandes went on to say: “I’m not sure what they’re talking about. I saw H [Maguire’s] goal and Paul [Pogba] racing behind him, tumbling on his knees, ecstatic. I was thumping his head and yelling, “Finally, with that huge head, he’s scored.”

“We all know that when someone talks about this club or its players, their voice travels around the world. That is what they desire.”

“It means nothing to us. The most important thing is that we stick to the plan and stick together. Together, we’ve both lost and won.”

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Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United dismisses claims of a dressing room feud

Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appointed Maguire as captain two years ago, but the article claims that Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford has weakened his power.

On social media, Maguire and teammate Marcus Rashford both stated that the claim was false.

In the build-up to Sunday’s game at Elland Road, interim manager Ralf Rangnick called claims of a rift “total nonsense,” adding that the 4-2 victory was the “perfect response” to the reports.

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Manchester United has been fined for player misbehavior

Meanwhile, the Red Devils have been fined £20,000 by the Football Association after admitting to “failing to ensure that its players conducted themselves in an orderly manner” after their 2-0 victory against Brighton on February 15.

After Lewis Dunk’s challenge on Anthony Elanga in the 53rd minute, United players surrounded referee Peter Bankes, resulting in the fine.

After being directed by VAR Jarred Gillett to examine the pitchside monitor, Bankes initially booked Dunk, but then sent him off.

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