Bruno Makes Shock Move on His Manchester United Contract

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Manchester United skipper Bruno Fernandes is reportedly pushing for an increased wage from Manchester United.

Fernandes, 29, starred for Manchester United in what was a disappointing campaign for the Red Devils. He recorded an impressive 18 goal contributions in 35 Premier League appearances.

Fernandes’ standout campaign with the Red Devils attracted the interest of top clubs in Europe with Bayern Munich now interested in a move for the player.

German outlets report new Bayern Munich manager Vincent Kompany wants the Portuguese’s experience in Bayern’s midfield. They have reportedly met with the player’s representatives to discuss his availability.

Amidst interest from Bayern Munich, Bruno Fernandes drowned rumors of his imminent exit from Manchester United. According to him, he loves the club and is ready to commit his future to the club.

“I love this club. Is like my home. I am ready to continue next season,” he said.

Now, according to the Guardian, Bruno Fernandes is open to staying at Manchester United as he said but wants his contract terms to be revised for improved pray.

He currently has two years remaining on his Manchester United contract and is among the average-paid players in the squad with a weekly wage of £240,000 weekly.

He is behind the club’s highest-earners which are Marcus Rashford (£360,000), Casemiro £350,000, and Jason Sancho.

Based on the performance of the Portuguese, Bruno Fernandes deserves an improved wage offer. However, it is still unclear whether United will return to the negotiation table following the plea by the 29-year-old.

It is believed Fernandes could be forced to change his mind on his Manchester United future if he cannot agree new terms with the club.

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