Man United Transfer News: Manchester United reach personal agreement with the Sporting Lisbon’s £54 million rated sensation Bruno Fernandes.
Manchester United are vying to hire the services of Bruno Fernandes, as Manchester United want to bolster their squad ahead of the next season.
Thus, Manchester United are negotiating a deal with Sporting Lisbon, but the sky-rocketing demands of the Portuguese outfit is troubling the English giants.
However, in further advancements, according to a report by the Sun, Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Fernandes, but the demands by Sporting Lisbon are stumbling the attempts of the Red Devils.
It is further reported that Manchester United are ready to offer a fee around £31 million but Sporting Lisbon are only ready to accept an offer near £51 million.
Ole Solsjaer certainly need the services of the 24-year-old midfielder, as departure of Ander Herrera and possibility of Paul Pogba leaving the Old Trafford would require Manchester United to fortify their squad ahead of next season.
Considering, Fernandes’ exceptional season with Sporting Lisbon and his crucial role in Portugal’s triumph of UEFA Nations’ league. Thus, making himself a viable addition to Manchester United.
However, Manchester United’s Premier league rivals Liverpool and Manchester City are also targeting the Portuguese International, thus, the Red Devils are thinking of enhancing the rate of their offer.
But still feel reluctant to match the demanding price asked by Sporting Lisbon. Thus, representatives at Manchester United need to negotiate further to convince the Portuguese club to let the player go.
If the Red Devils sign Fernandes, it will be the club’s third signing of this summer transfer window, since the club already announced the signing of Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
How twitter reacted
@ManUtd have agreed personal terms with sporting midfielder Bruno Fernandes but have yet to agree a fee with the portuguese club, who wants 50m pound for the player in my idea is whatever they deserve pay for bruno fernandes from now and future
— jaehun jo writter (@jjh419) July 2, 2019
— BestChoiceSports (@BCSports5) July 2, 2019
— Sam Fonseca (@SamFonsecaa) July 2, 2019
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