Manchester United target wants a move to Premier League, according to report.
Sporting CP midfielder Bruno Fernandes has welcomed a move to Manchester United, and he is keen on playing for a Premier League club.
“Last year, after the termination, I received approaches, mainly from England and also from Spain, but I did not feel prepared to go," Fernandes told Record. “Not because of difficulty, but for the high number of games in England.
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“My debut season at Sporting was the first time I played so many games, I thought I needed one more with that regularity. Now I feel prepared for this requirement if I ever have to play in England or a team in Spain."
Fernandes has a €100m release clause in his current deal, and he admits he is flattered that his club values him so highly.
He added: “No player in the world should be worth that price. But it's a cause of pride to know that Sporting have this confidence in me."
Manchester United is expected to embark signing this summer.