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Manchester United Set To Offer Bruno Fernandes Improved £200k A Week In New Contract

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Manchester United are set to offer Bruno Fernandes a new contract with an enormous pay rise that will see him double his wages, despite only signing for the club in January.

The Portuguese superstar has become such an integral part of the Manchester United team since arriving from Sporting that the club are already ready to tear up the four-and-a-half year deal he signed this year and offer him a much better one.

The 26-year-old earns £100,000-a-week on his current contract, which has an option to be extended by a further year, but media reports indicates that the Red Devils are happy to increase that to around £200,000-a-week.

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Fernandes is currently nowhere near the top earners at Old Trafford, with David De Gea on £350,000-a-week and Paul Pogba taking home around £300,000-a-week.


The likes of Jesse Lingard and Dean Henderson are currently closer to Fernandes’ wages and the club want to change that situation to reflect his importance to the squad.

Fernandes was a shock exclusion from the starting line-up against West Ham on Saturday, but he came off the bench with the Red Devils 1-0 down and helped turn the match around and secure a 3-1 victory.

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He set up Paul Pogba’s equaliser, his fourth assist of the season, before Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford completed the scoring for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

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Fernandes has now scored 15 Premier League goals and provided 11 assists in the competition since his January arrival, while he has also scored six goals in European competition and netted once in the FA Cup.

Bruno Fernandes
The Portugal international replaced Donny van de Beek at half-time in the win over the Hammers and Solskjaer was delighted to have such a powerful option available to him.

‘It’s not easy leaving these players out, that’s the thing,’ said the Norwegian. ‘But you have to try and manage the whole season and the playing time. And injuries and fatigue, and all the little things that you’ve got.

‘It’s a great position to be in. At half-time, you know you can do things that change things in games. It certainly helped with the changes, even though there were slight injuries that made us have to do them.’Photo Credit: Getty

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