Bruno Fernandes has arguably been the most perfect addition to Manchester United’s roster. His numbers and derived statistics paint a flattering image of his success with the Red Devils and the fact that he is just getting started is an exciting prospect.
It is obvious that fans are in love with his mindset, personality, and attitude just as much as his contributions on the pitch. The little antics he has been involved in display it quite well such as the shushing of Pep Guardiola during the Manchester derby.
However, it is when this attitude aids his teammates that perhaps the best side of the former Sporting captain can be seen. There is already enough proof that he has been aiding Scott McTominay in training sessions and has struck a great rapport with the likes of Fred and Anthony Martial.
Now, the Daily Mail reveals that in his first ever full training session with his teammates, Fernandes had advice to dish out. The report affirms that the Portuguese midfielder had pointers for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, specifically regarding how the English international can ‘produce more from right-back’.
The former Crystal Palace players has to his credit some brilliant defensive statistics, especially with tackles. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been slowly trying to get the best of his attacking side as well. Now, with pieces of advice from Fernandes, there is no saying what kind of brilliance Wan-Bissaka will be able to display at Old Trafford.
In this regard, former United player Bryan Robson seems to have gotten it spot on as he describes the 25-year-old, stating: “Bruno looks as though he has got that natural leadership quality, where he demands from his team-mates and that’s good.”
That certainly looks to be the case and it is fair to say that fans will be desperate to see him and the rest of the Red Devils back in action whenever regular football resumes after the COVID-19 pandemic.