Bruno Fernandes joined Manchester United only in January, but it appears he is already attracting interest from other top clubs.
According to a sensational new report on The Sun, Spanish giants, Real Madrid and Barcelona, are interested in the midfielder, who has been one of the league’s best since his big money transfer from Portuguese side Sporting.
The report adds that Fernandes is unhappy with Solskjaer, after being subbed off in United’s heavy 6-1 loss at home to Tottenham Hotspur, and he’s been vocal about it.
The 26 year old has taken to life in England, after his £68 million move from Sporting Lisbon, scoring 14 goals since then, but he now faces a different struggle, as the Red Devils lie 16th on the league, with just three points from their first three matches.
The player has denied any bust-ups with Solskjaer, but it is believed the supposed suitors could take advantage of the situation.
However, Barcelona and Madrid are currently struggling financially, so it is rather unlikely they’d want to fork out a large sum of money for any player— and that’s assuming United even want to sell.