Bruno Fernandes, Man United star, accuses ex-Sporting Lisbon teammates of poor performances

Bruno Fernandes, Man United star, accuses ex-Sporting Lisbon teammates of poor performances

- Bruno Fernandes has been impressive since he joined Man United

- Leaked voice note of him blasting his ex-teammates has emerged

- Fernandes was not happy with the performances of some players then

Bruno Fernandes may have settled well into Manchester United team since he joined the Red Devils from Sporting Lisbon during the January transfer window.

But his teammates at Old Trafford may not know the kind of player the Portuguese is after a WhatsApp note of his annoyance at his former teammates was leaked according to UK Mirror.

The 25-year-old was reported to have angrily slammed his ex-teammates at Sporting Lisbon claiming that some of them have failed to play well for the club.

According to Portuguese publication Record, Bruno Fernandes was was not happy with the attitude of many of his former teammates.

"There are players who have no attitude here, bro. They don't want to be here, they don't want to play,'' Bruno was quoted to have explained on voice note.

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He also stated clearly that the players who were not ready to play good game for the club should leave rather than only collecting big money every week.

Meanwhile, Manchester United signed Bruno Fernandes in January when they were unable to cover up for injured Paul Pogba and he has been superb for the Red Devils.

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Solskjaer and his men are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League table with 45 points after 29 games played this term.

Earlier, had reported how Portuguese star Bruno Fernandes was named Manchester United player of the month for March for the second consecutive month.

The midfielder got his reign at Old Trafford off to a flying start - scoring three goals and four assists in his first nine appearances for the Red Devils.

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Having joined the Premier League club from Sporting Lisbon in a five-year deal valued around €55 million from Sporting Lisbon in January.

Ighalo gave a good fight in the chase for the gong after scoring three goals in four matches in all competitions in the month under review but his contributions are not enough to help him win.

This award is coming weeks after being voted the Premier League player of the month and PFA Fans' Premier League Player of the Month for the month of February.

His impressive displays have helped Man United close the top-four gap on Chelsea - with just three points between the two clubs.

He also played a crucial role in their Europa League campaign as they are one leg into the quarterfinals with their 5-0 win on the road over LASK before coronavirus crippled all activities.

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