After the Lisbon derby against Benfica, which Sporting lost 0-2, his manager Silas admitted that he is not sure what the future will look like for Fernandes.
The Portuguese has been hotly tipped to sign for the Red Devils in January but there has not been a breakthrough with Sporting haggling over the transfer price for their prized asset.
According to the same story, Sporting Lisbon are thought to be demanding a total of €80m for Fernandes but Manchester United are unwilling to overpay for the playmaker. So far we don't know, nor does Bruno know.
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"We'll try to keep him going for more games, but it's not up to us. The only wish I have is the best for him".
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And Silas believes that the Portugal global deserves to be playing in the top leagues in Europe.
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When asked at an interview if he can depend on the celebrity for Sporting's upcoming Taca da Liga semi-final clash versus Sporting Braga, Silas responded: "I do not understand". The Premier League heavyweights are only willing to shell out €50 million upfront to land the Portuguese global, while Sporting Lisbon want a €65 million initial fee instead.
"Bruno deserves everything and deserves to compete in a league like this".
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United are understood to have made a bid of approximately €50m plus an extra €19m in add-ons for the 25-year-old, and it remains to be seen whether they are willing to increase their offer.