- Bruno Fernandes bought custom PS4 controllers for Man United teammates
- This was when he got to Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon
- Fernandes has been superb for Manchester United since joining
Portugal international Bruno Fernandes has explained that he bought his Manchester United teammates custom PS4 controllers as gifts when he made the move to Old Trafford.
Manchester United stormed the January transfer window to buy Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon and he has been superb for the Red Devils since then.
The Red Devils' chiefs were forced to open their wallet to buy Bruno Fernandes when Frenchman Paul Pogba was unable to return from injury in January.
And the Old Trafford landlords have not regretted paying Sporting Lisbon their asking price for Bruno Fernandes to make the move to the Premier League.
Bruno Fernandes' performance has also helped the club to win the February Premier League player of the month award.
"For example, I arrived and I talked with a guy I know from PlayStation and I gave joysticks to Aaron Wan-Bissaka, I gave one to Diogo, also David, Fred and I talk with the other players.
"If someone wants one, just tell me and I can give you one, so from Manchester United, for example, David he took one for Dragon Ball Z, because he’s a fan and these are the kind of things,'' he explained.
Manchester United have not lost any match since Bruno Fernandes joined them and Solskjaer and his men are hopeful of making the top four at the end of the season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Paul Pogba is reportedly planning to capitalize on a Fifa ruling which has opened a loophole for him to force a controversial exit at Manchester United.
The Frenchman is hoping he finally leaves the Old Traffford club after spending three years with the team.
Article 17 in the governing body's rule-book states that players can buy out the remaining years of their contract after three seasons with a club.
Pogba who has been heavily linked with Spanish giants Real Madrid is now hoping to take advantage of the ruling in a bid to move to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Hearts Defender Andy Webster was the first player to apply the ruling when he cited Article 17 to leave the club for Wigan.
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