Few people supported Fernandes in Italy, says former teammate

Wed 02 December 2020 | 16:19

Emiliano Viviano reveals that few people believed in the current star of Manchester United.

Bruno Fernandes

has been the engine of the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad since his arrival to the Old Trafford. No one had more goal contribution in

Manchester United

than Bruno and he has now scored 5 consecutive goals in a row.

He started his career in Italy back in 2013 when he joined Udinese, he played 95 games there but never reached his full potential. He joined Sampdoria in 2016, and there

Emiliano Viviano

played alongside the Portuguese midfieder. The goalkeeper says that he is one of the few people in Italy which believed in Bruno Fernandes. He said that Fernandes was lacking tactical nous and intensity.

The former Sampdoria goalkeeper told Tuttomercatoweb:

“I was one of the few who supported him… Bruno has always had everything, it's just that when he arrived in Italy, he lacked tactical nous and intensity.

"He learned it and now he has exploded, also because he has everything: right foot, left foot, technique but also an incredible dribbling ability.

"He is a technical leader, what Manchester United perhaps lacked.”



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