Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes is visibly frustrated by the attitude and application of his Manchester United teammates in games.
The 26-year-old has been once again impressive this season with the Red Devils, scoring 15 goals in the Premier League and 22 in all competitions, taking his tally to 34 in just 59 games since joining in January last year.
Wright feels the Portuguese is showing obvious signs of displeasure on the pitch as result of his teammates lack of motivation and effort in games.
“I look at Bruno Fernandes and he just seems to be getting more and more frustrated with people when I’m watching him,” Wright said on the Wrighty’s House podcast.
“I don’t want people to take this wrong and say, ‘oh, Wrighty’s digging him out’. I’m not digging him out, I just look at leaders like him, he’s obviously the leader of Manchester United, it’s blatantly obvious to see.
“Dennis [Bergkamp] was the leader for us on the pitch and I never saw him get frustrated with individuals to the point where he was turning and doing that thing because it’s so demoralising for you.
“He looks like a perfectionist, if everything is not bang on perfect he seems to be upset.”