The Farcical Bruno Fernandes Negotiations Sum Up United's Problems

Manchester United needs to get their project right - Mino Raiola

Mendes Casts Doubt Over Fernandes to Manchester United Deal

It's that time again.

Ankle problems have put the kybosh on a January move it would seem, but Raiola says his situation will be reappraised come the summer, "We need to see in the summer if Paul is still in the plans of Manchester United, and if Manchester United is still in the plans of Paul - but I'm not going to speculate around it now".

Manchester United's efforts to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes has received a major boost. He also stated that Sporting is in touch with other clubs too.

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Bruno is a top target for most of the big European clubs. The Sporting Lisbon midfielder has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for over a year, and while United denied any interest in the player last summer, they have been in negotiations with his club in recent weeks.

Pogba is now failing after an ankle surgery this month, but is expected to fail in February. Mourinho quipped. "So you go to Lisbon and he's not coming?" He is very focused on training, in the game, I talk a lot with my players and he is one of the ones who gets more involved in those aspects.

Manchester United is now ranked fifth in the Premier League table with 34 points, and the player suffered a loss on Wednesday evening, against his Burnley counterpart, with a clean double, in a match during which Paul Pogba's absence from the team continued due to the injury. The intelligence he possess, most certainly allows him to be in the right place at the right time, whether that's in the final third of the pitch to latch onto the ball or make a crucial tackle on the defensive phase.

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As reported earlier, Manchester United are ready to pay Euro 60.5 million for Fernandes.

The north London giants have been given the chance to buy Krzysztof Piatek ahead of Tottenham Hotspurs, after his agent offered the AC Milan striker to the Blues.

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