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Man United give green Light to Saudi Pro League to open talks to sign ‘Outstanding’ captain and Play maker



Man United give green Light to Saudi Pro League to open talks to sign ‘Outstanding’ captain and Play maker

Manchester United have reportedly permitted Saudi Pro League clubs to open talks to sign Bruno Fernandes in the summer transfer window.

Saudi Pro League clubs are reportedly interested in Bruno Fernandes, according to a TEAMtalk report.

During the summer transfer window, the big-spending giants want to send him to the Middle East.

Surprisingly, Manchester United has also allowed them to begin negotiations to sign the 29-year-old playmaker.

Since joining Manchester United in January 2020 after leaving Sporting CP, Bruno Fernandes has become the team’s talisman.

Before obtaining his services four and a half years ago, the Red Devils pursued him for more than a year. At Old Trafford, he immediately made an impact and hasn’t looked back.

The 29-year-old is a mainstay in the middle of the park for his club and country, going from strength to strength with every passing season.

Fernandes has turned out 233 times thus far for the Red Devils while chipping in with 79 goals and 66 assists. However, his Manchester United future has been uncertain heading into the summer transfer window.

The Portuguese international is Manchester United’s best player. However, the Red Devils are reportedly open to cashing in on him in the summer transfer window if they receive sizeable offers.

The latest update has provided further clarification on the situation as Saudi Pro League clubs look to secure his services.

Saudi Pro League move on the horizon?
Saudi Pro League clubs have left no stone unturned to bring high-profile players to the Middle East.

While many well-known stars were already plying their trade in the league, Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival a couple of years ago opened the floodgates for the Saudi Pro League.

Since then, legends like Neymar have moved to Saudi Arabia. Bruno Fernandes might be the next to move there.

Recent reports have pointed to Al-Nassr submitting a lucrative contract to Fernandes.

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