- Bruno Fernandes has stated that he is not in support of the proposed European Super League
- Man United, City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea have joined the elite clubs proposing for ESL
- Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid make up the 12 teams
Bruno Fernandes is the first Man United player to speak against the proposed European Super League, Sport Bible.
Six Premier League club including United, Man City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have joined the list of elite clubs in the competition.
Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are the La Liga teams involved as well as Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan complete the 12.
Four more team from top sides in Europe are expected to join and matches will be played during midweek.
However, giving that the Red Devils last played in the Champions League three seasons ago, Fernandes is not supporting the idea of playing against elite teams in this format.
The Portuguese international commented on Daniel Podence's post on Instagram and then shared it on his own social media.
"Enorme," which translates to huge, before posting: "Dreams can't be buy."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Bruno Fernandes has made fun of his midfield partner, Fred, over the Brazilian's lack of goals.
Fred scored a rare one last weekend against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.
The former Shakhtar Donestk star scored United's equaliser in north London on Sunday, April 11, shortly after Heung-Min Son had handed Spurs the lead.
Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood also got into the act late in the second half as the Red Devils sprung a comeback to beat Jose Mourinho's men.
Legit.ng also reported that Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has claimed that Bruno Fernandes was so lucky to have won a penalty for the Red Devils in their Europa League win over Granada on Thursday, April 8.
Yan Brice Eteki was penalized to have brought down the Portugal international in the Europa League tie in which Bruno stood up to score the penalty at the death.
The 2-0 win was a perfect one for Manchester United as they are now one leg into the semifinal of the Europa League which they last won when Jose Mourinho was in charge.
However, Paul Scholes is of the views that Bruno Fernandes deceived the center referee for him to get a penalty which helped Manchester United to win the game.