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Bruno Fernandes to Manchester United? Sporting Libson deny Premier League club have made bid

  • July 31, 2019
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Rumours circulated on Tuesday that United had submitted an offer to the Primeira Liga club through the player’s agent Miguel Pinho, but Sporting have quickly moved to reject those claims.

A club spokesperson told Portuguese publication RTP: “The rumours are completely false,” as this long-standing transfer saga continuing to rumble on.

Fernandes has also been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham in this transfer window after scoring a record-breaking 31 goals in the Portuguese top-flight last season, however, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful one or two more signings are completed before the summer window shuts.

Sporting boss Marcel Keizer recently hinted the 24-year-old is likely to move on before the August 8 deadline.

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“We’ll see if we can keep our players and then we’ll see what we do,” he said.

“I hope he [Fernandes] stays, of course, like everyone else at Sporting, but we don’t know.”

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