Manchester United is firm in its decision not to part ways with Bruno Fernandes, dismissing any possibility of his sale in the upcoming winter transfer window or the summer of 2024, as reported by Football Insider.
Bruno Fernandes, the 29-year-old attacking midfielder, holds a pivotal role at the club and is considered one of its key players.
Since joining United from Sporting CP in the winter of 2020, Fernandes has consistently showcased exceptional performances, becoming a standout figure for the Manchester-based club.
Under the management of Erik ten Hag, the Portuguese international has become a cornerstone of the United team and was entrusted with the captain’s armband at the beginning of the 2023-24 season.
Fernandes has been a fixture in both Premier League and Champions League matches, emphasizing his integral role in the squad.
Despite recent speculations linking Fernandes to a potential move away from Manchester United, particularly attracting interest from the Saudi Pro League, the club has firmly resolved to retain him.
The Middle East clubs, known for signing high-profile players in recent windows, will need to explore alternative options.
Bruno Fernandes’ existing contract with the English club extends until the summer of 2026, with an option for a 12-month extension.
This contractual arrangement places Manchester United in a comfortable position, reinforcing their commitment to retaining their captain.