Manchester United have made massive additions to the current squad following the signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
The duo come to the club with different characteristics and in positions that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was keen on strengthening.
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has warned new signings Sancho and Varane that they may have little time to settle in at Manchester United and the pressure will be on them to hit the ground running just as it was on him when he joined in the winter transfer window last year.
However, Fernandes is confident that Sancho and Varane will enjoy similar success but admitted that it’s never really easy when you step into a new team from a different country.
Asked if joining in the summer makes it easier to settle in, Fernandes – who arrived in January – told MUTV: “That’s the problem because they will arrive almost at the same time I did in terms of I trained two days and played straightaway!
“I think it’s always difficult to change country and change club, it doesn’t matter when you come.
“I was also lucky to play one game against Wolves and then we had five days off [matches] and one week in Marbella [for the winter training camp in 2020] and it was nice time to meet the lads and get to know them, so I was lucky at the same time.
“It’s also difficult to come to a new club, but at the same time you come to a big club and you are excited to play and being part of the team is always big so I don’t think there are many changes from joining in January to July.”