Manchester United are set to reward Bruno Fernandes, doubling their salaries to £ 200,000 a week … the midfielder’s star is earning as much as Jesse Lingard and Dean Henderson. “
- Man United is going to offer Bruno Fernandes a new deal for £ 200,000 a week
- The new contract would double his current income of £ 100,000 a week
- He will also be able to extend the deal for a year at Old Trafford
- Fernandess currently earns as much as Jesse Lingard and Dean Henderson
Manchester United are set to offer Bruno Fernandez a new contract for £ 200,000 a week, doubling the midfielder’s current salary.
According to Mirror, United is set to reward the Portuguese star for his efforts on the pitch just under a year after he joined the £ 47 million club from Lisbon Sporting in January.
Fernandess immediately caught up with Old Trafford and has scored 22 goals and 14 assists in 37 matches led by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United are set to offer Bruno Fernandez a new deal for £ 200,000 a week
United is set to reward the Portuguese star for his efforts in doubling current salaries
The 26-year-old has only eleven months in a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Red Devils, and this new agreement will allow him to extend the deal for another 12 months.
United sees Fernandis as a key element for their team to move forward and wants to make him happy despite the inconsistencies on the pitch in both the Premier League and the Champions League.
He currently earns £ 100,000 a week, a much lower amount than some of the club’s other players and does not reflect his role as a side.
Goalkeeper David De Gea earns more than three times as much as Fernandes, making a deal of £ 350,000 a week, while Paul Pogba earns £ 300,000 a week.
Portugal earns as much as Jesse Lingard and second-choice stopper Dean Henderson
The Portuguese, on the other hand, earn the same money as Jesse Lingard and Din Henderson, the second-choice stopper.
After the blockade ended last season’s Premier League campaign, Fernandes returned to finish the season in style, and despite playing only half the season, he was awarded the Fan of the Year award.
He has also won two Premier League Player of the Month awards in February and June 2020, further reinforcing his positive impact on the club.
He has scored 22 goals and 14 assists in 37 matches led by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
However, his eyes are on the team’s silverware – after seven years without United winning the Premier League title.
Fernandess has set an example this season with seven goals and three assists in nine matches in the Premier League and is an influential figure in the locker room.
He has also continued his great form on the European stage, with three goals and a successful pass in the Champions League group tournament.