How Bruno Fernandes is improving Manchester United? Marcus Rashford opines
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has praised newcomer Bruno Fernandes. The latter arrived at the club during the January transfer window and made an instant impact. Rashford feels Fernandes' excellent work rate is rubbing off on the rest of the Man United side, besides making them better. Here's what Rashford said regarding Fernandes.
Bruno Fernandes has what it takes to make United better
Bruno, who won the Premier League Player of the Month for February, came for a staggering £47m, however, the add-ons could increase the cost to £67.7m. The attacking mid-fielder impressed straightaway with his skill, tenacity and leadership. The Portuguese has scored thrice in nine games. He is intelligent and visionary. His brilliance helped United do well ahead of the coronavirus pandemic which suspended sport.
Rashford is yet to play alongside Fernandes
Rashford is yet to play alongside Fernandes as he's been out injured with a back injury since quite some time now. Rashford isn't far away from complete recovery and is using the self-isolation period gaining his fitness. Rashford praised Fernandes after seeing the impact the latter is having. Prior to his injury, Rashford was having his best season at the club.
He's got such a positive attitude: Rashford on Fernandes
"He's a player that's creative, very forward thinking. Always wants to play forward and create opportunities," Rashford told Bleacher Report in an Instagram Live Q&A. Rashford also hopes to create good memories with Fernandes and praised his attitude. "Hopefully we can make some good times together. He's got such a positive attitude and the vibe he brings to the team is just positive."
Rashford and Fernandes can build a great understanding
One will hope to see Rashford and Fernandes play together soon. Both players are superb in their decision making. Rashford, who enjoys a solid understanding with striker Anthony Martial, will hope to build the same with Fernandes. It promises to be a deadly combination for United. On top of that, when you add Paul Pogba, it could test teams severely.