Bruno Fernandes has admitted his biggest regret at Manchester United is not being able to have a conversation with legendary manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Portuguese midfielder has been a revelation since arriving at Old Trafford in January 2020, managing 28 goals and 16 assists in all competitions this campaign — more than any other player from a Premier League side.
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He has become a leader for the Red devils and his close relationship with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been well documented.
But Fernandes has revealed that he regrets having not yet picked the brains of Ferguson, who is a director at United these days.
Asked by a fan if he’d had the chance to chat with Ferguson during his time at the club so far. Fernandes told Inside United: “So, Jassan, that is one of my biggest regrets in the club until now.
“I met him already but never had the chance to speak with him like I would like to do.
”I think everyone who watched Manchester United in the past remembers Sir Alex. [That is true] for me, growing up and seeing the club, being a fan of the club and seeing the development of the team.
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“I would like to have a conversation with him and understand, from his point of view, what he thinks about me and what I can improve or still improve in my game to be better.”
Fernandes recently shrugged off concerns that he may be suffering from fatigue, telling Solskjaer he’ll never ask to be rested from a game.
“I will never say I’m [too] tired to play because this is my dream,” he said earlier this month.
“I will never be tired to play. When I was a kid, I played maybe seven or eight hours a day. So, to play 90 minutes every three days or two days is not enough for me.”