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Thanks to Thomas Tuchel, Bruno Fernandes’ future at the Red Devils has taken a dramatic turn.



Recently, there have been rumors that Bruno Fernandes may leave Manchester United.    Bruno Fernandes, the captain of Manchester United, has had his destiny drastically altered by Thomas Tuchel.

The news that teams in Saudi Arabia are preparing transfers for four Premier League stars—Fernandes, Casemiro, Ederson, and Alisson Becker—cast uncertainty on the Portuguese player’s future this week.

It was reported on Wednesday that Cristiano Ronaldo had pushed Al Nassr to recruit Fernandes this summer from the Old Trafford team.

Fernandes may go from United to the German Bundesliga’s top team, Bayern Munich, during the summer transfer window, according to a report by Caught Offside.

The magazine was informed by German writer Christian Falk that the present coaching staff actually loves this guy, particularly his demeanor and playing style.

On the other hand, the managers are unsure about Fernandes’ proper position on the squad right now. If Tuchel continues with FC Bayern, this question will probably spark internal conversations.

Recent weeks have seen rumors that Bayern is thinking about keeping Tuchel as manager.

But the man himself disclosed on Friday that, following this campaign, he will be leaving the Bavarian club.

“This is my last press conference at Säbener Straße,” he declared.

“There were discussions, but we were unable to come to a consensus, therefore the February judgment is still in effect.

For United supporters, this may be good news as Tuchel’s decision may put a hold on Fernandes’ transfer to Bayern.

Fernandes talked about his feelings while playing with Ronaldo back in October.

“Do I have the idea that I’m playing with a history maker?” he said. No, I’m convinced; I don’t just have an idea! Everyone knows it.

“We all recognize Ronaldo’s power and influence, as well as the influence he has had on many of us Portuguese players’ futures, the opportunities he has created for upcoming generations of players, and the way other people started to view Portugal.”

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