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Bruno Fernandes makes fresh admission about Man United and Portugal commitment



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Bruno Fernandes has opened up about his recent form for both Manchester United and Portugal amid a tough season at Old Trafford.

Manchester United‘s season has not been one to savour for fans, with the side crashing out of both the Carabao Cup and Champions League, sitting sixth in the Premier League.

Bruno Fernandes has not had the productive season that made him such an iconic signing in the first few years of his career, with this in part due to a role change that Erik ten Hag has bestowed on him, often playing slightly deeper in midfield.

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However, a recent 4-3 win over Liverpool has helped lift spirits at the club, and Fernandes has admitted that this season has not been so successful.

“At Manchester United, it hasn’t been a successful season individually,” Fernandes told reporters.“I am perfectly aware that I have the capacity to do more and better, as always.”

However, following this admission, the United captain explained that his dedication and commitment to both United and the Portuguese national team has not dipped.

“But I’m not worried about that at the moment because what I always say is that my commitment and dedication is always at its maximum, regardless of whether I represented Portugal or Manchester United.

“That’s why I’m calm about it and knowing that the quality of my performances can always improve.”