In a recent fans’ Q&A session, Bruno Fernandes has admitted his regret over not getting the chance to talk to Sir Alex Ferguson about his game.
The Portuguese international has been exceptional since joining Manchester United in January 2020.
He still feels that the guidance of the former Red Devils manager would have helped him to improve his game even further.
“That is one of my biggest regrets in the club until now,” he said.
“I met him already but never had the chance to speak with him like I would like to do.
“I think everyone who watched Manchester United in the past remembers Sir Alex.
“[That is true] for me, growing up and seeing the club, being a fan of the club and seeing the development of the team.
“I would like to have a conversation with him and understand, from his point of view, what he thinks about me and what I can improve or still improve in my game to be better.”
Fernandes has bagged 28 goals and 17 assists in all competitions this season and is touted as one of the leading contenders for the Premier League Player of the Year title.
His talismanic performances have helped the club to enjoy one of their most fruitful seasons since Ferguson’s departure.
They are on the verge of finishing as runners-up in the Premier League and face Villarreal in the Europa League final on May 26.
- Manchester United needs to accelerate their transfer plans or forget top-four
- Marko Arnautovic’s agent speaks out on potential Manchester United switch
- Man Utd suffer transfer blow with Fabian Ruiz set to join PSG
- Man Utd make opening bid for Marko Arnautovic
- Manchester United 1-2 Brighton & Hove Albion: Three talking points as Erik ten Hag suffers defeat in Premier League debut
- Player Ratings: Manchester United 1-2 Brighton & Hove Albion
- Harry Maguire insists that players will fight for the badge
- Erik ten Hag identifies Fabian Ruiz as the perfect Frenkie de Jong alternative for Manchester United
- Predicted Man Utd line-up vs Brighton – Three debutants, Ronaldo starts
- Opinion: Manchester United should forget Frenkie de Jong and sign these two unbelievable players for price of one