Bruno Fernandes reveals how he made Olé Gunnar Solskjaer jealous

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Manchester United star boy, Bruno Fernandes, has revealed he may have made the boss man Olé Gunnar Solskjaer jealous during their zoom calls amid the coronavirus lockdown.

While some of our players were in England during the lockdown, some others were out of the country, and the only way to keep in touch was via video call.

Fernandes was in Portugal with his family at the time, but kept in touch with the rest of the team, and says he made Solskjaer jealous by showing the Norwegian some amazing sights during the call sessions.

Speaking to Sportbible, the former Sporting Lisbon man said: “During lockdown I stayed in Portugal so I could help my parents.

“Every time we did a work out with the coach (Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) I would always show him the ocean, the sun and everything.

“He was a bit jealous [laughs]…At that time in Manchester, the weather was really nice though.”

Fernandes is a happy fellow, and that is one of the things that make him so likeable. In only four months at Manchester United, he has become famous among not just the fans of the club, but also of the players, some of whom have said they see him as an inspiration.

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