Sporting trainer reveals just how elite Bruno Fernandes mentality is

A former coach of Bruno Fernandes has revealed just how obsessed the Manchester United midfielder is about football and how his mentality is different from everyone else.

Sporting Lisbon coach Jose Peseiro revealed in a feature published by the BBC Sport how Fernandes would go and watch the you teams play matches after training and how he watched too much football.

“Normally when training finished, he’d have lunch in the club and then he would go to watch the U19s or U23s play,” Peseiro revealed.” said Peseiro.

“He liked to see the matches more than the others. He wanted to see the new, young players and speak to them to learn who they are and what they are doing on the pitch. He liked too much to see football. He lives for football.”

“He wants to train too much, he wants to train more than is possible,” Peseiro added. “The coach needs to say ‘Bruno, stop!’ because he wants to train every minute of the day.

“At the end of a training session he will want to stay out and shoot. If there is a ball there, he will want to do something whether it’s before training, during training or after training. He enjoys it so much.”

Since joining Manchester United in January 2019 Fernandes has been directly involved in 54 goals in just 61 appearances for the Red Devils.

Fernandes scored 34 of those goals himself and the United maestro has also provided an additional 20 assists for his teammates.

Fernandes joined the Red Devils on January 29th 2020 for a fee reportedly worth up to €80 million (£67.6 million).

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