Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United Scores From Home, He is Expecting a Baby Boy [Picture]

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In the season of stay at home caused by the dreaded coronavirus also known as COVID-19, wonders are already happening with football superstars across the world. As the superstars are using the opportunity to bond more with their families and flaunting it on the internet, so are good news coming out from the stay home situation.

One of such good news is coming from the family of the new wonder kid of Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes.

The 25-year-old Portuguese midfielder took to Instagram on Thursday, March 26, 2020, to flaunt a picture of his wife, Ana, to announce that he is expecting a baby boy. In the picture, the beautiful Mrs Fernandes could be seen displaying the baby bump and her 3-year-old daughter, Matilde, kissing it.

See Bruno Fernandes and his growing family here:

A top football star home and away

Portuguese football star Bruno Fernandes and Ana
Portuguese football star Bruno Fernandes and Ana

The fact that Ana is pregnant at this period, proves that Bruno Fernandes is truly a force to be reckoned with when it comes to scoring the goals. He is definitely as good at home as he is on the field of play.

He joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in January and has played for the Red Devils for just 9 times before the COVID-19 pandemic set in. In the short period he has played for the club, he has scored three goals with a series of assist which are an outstanding stats for a midfielder who just joined a club as big as Manchester United.

Besides that, he is just 25-year-old and he has already started a family and has a beautiful 3-year-old daughter while a son is on the way.

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Fernandes met his wife when they were between 16 and 17 years old at school. The attended the same school and were in the same class during their time together as teenagers in love.

Ana was quoted to have told “Voce na TV” that Fernandes tried a few times to kiss her and she always said no before she finally gave in while they were still teenagers.

“[It was] at school, it was just the two of us, it was in front of the school, there was a gum shop, that’s it”, she added.

Indeed, Bruno Fernandes has been a good player before he was noticed by any club in Portugal, years before he was named Primeira Liga Player of the Year in 2018 and 2019, and before Manchester United decided to sign him for an initial €55 million (£47 million) in January 2020.