‘They spend a year here getting money, and then they f*** off… S*** attitude!’: Bruno Fernandes’ LEAKED WhatsApp messages slamming Sporting Lisbon team-mates show off Man United’s new star’s fiery side
- A leaked message from Bruno Fernandes’ time at Sporting has been leaked
- The attacking midfielder criticised his team-mates for having a bad attitude
- Fernandes has been an instant hit at Man United following his January move
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A leaked WhatsApp message by Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes shows the Portuguese is not afraid to hit out at his own team-mates.
Fernandes took the Premier League by storm until the season was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised Fernandes’ leadership skills on several occasions since forking out an initial £47million and a leaked message shows just how fiery his new midfielder is.
Bruno Fernandes has made an instant impression at Manchester United following his move
Fernandes questioned his then Sporting Lisbon team-mates’ attitude on a WhatsApp message
Fernandes has scored three goals and claimed four assists since moving to the Premier League
Fernandes, who captained Sporting Lisbon before his departure, can be heard slamming his team-mates for not wanting to play and chasing money.
The leaked message, reported by Portuguese newspaper Record, read: ‘Bro, I don’t say anything! I honestly, if you want me to tell you, I’d rather not comment on anything.
‘I think very badly of some of the attitudes of some players. Actually not a certain attitude, it’s an attitude that does not exist.
‘There are players who have no attitude here, bro. They don’t want to be here, they don’t want to play.
‘They don’t want to be here then f*** off, let them say they don’t want to play. They spend a year here getting money, and then they f*** off, bro. S*** attitude bro, for f**** sake.’
Fernandes’ arrival has lifted the mood at Old Trafford with the club unbeaten in their last nine games since his move was finalised on January 30.
The 25-year-old has scored three goals and claimed four assists since joining United.
He clashed with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola in his most recent Premier League appearance and said he didn’t regret the incident.
Fernandes clashed with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola during his United side’s 2-0 win
The Portuguese midfielder could be seen shushing Guardiola during a break in play
Fernandes, who shushed Guardiola, said of the clash during United’s 2-0 win: ‘Some people think like, “Pep won everything, who is Bruno to do this to him?” But I think it’s about respect. Now, outside of the pitch, calm, I don’t do this again if I’m on the pitch now.
‘But at that moment, the words he told me made me mad and on the pitch I’m a little bit nervous. It’s the kind of player I am.’
Fernandes and his Manchester United team-mates are currently training on their own as the Premier League is suspended and the nation have been told to stay at home.
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