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Bruno Fernandes' interview with Sky Sports cut short by Erik ten Hag as he was discussing future

Bruno Fernandes' interview with Sky Sports cut short by Erik ten Hag as he was discussing future

Bruno Fernandes opened up on his Man Utd future during the on-pitch interview.

Bruno Fernandes' post-match interview with Sky Sports following Manchester United's 3-2 win over Newcastle was cut short by Erik ten Hag as he addressed his future.

The Portuguese midfielder, who has been one of United's shining lights in what has been a poor campaign, returned to the starting line-up for their final home game of the 2023/24 season.

And he was awarded the Player of the Match award, creating five chances and 11 key passes into the final third – a typically creative display from the 29-year-old.

Having played such a crucial role for United in recent months, a number of clubs are lining up to sign the midfielder ahead of the summer window, according to reports.

A report from the Manchester Evening News suggests Fernandes is 'attracting interest' from Bayern Munich and Inter Milan. In fact, Cristiano Ronaldo recently urged his Portugal teammate to join Al Nassr.

Speaking after United's win over Newcastle on Wednesday night, Fernandes opened up on their tough season while outlining his determination to win this month's FA Cup final against Manchester City.

“Obviously the job isn’t finished yet. We still have one game in the Premier League then the biggest game of the season, the FA Cup final,” he told Sky Sports.

“It has been a tough season. The table shows that and we are all aware of that. The fans have been amazing and behind us all season. We all appreciate what they have been doing for us.

“We want to do better and do differently and they [fans] deserve that."

Image credit: Getty
Image credit: Getty

Fernandes added: “They have been amazing for us and we had to do something, we have been trying but results don’t show that. We have been working hard and everyone has been giving their best it is not enough and we have to do more."

The midfielder was then asked if he will "lead this club to where they want to be" during his post-match interview.

"I will be here until I've said, the club needs to want me," Fernandes continued.

"I feel the club wants me to be part of the future, so as I said, I don't want to be a player the club doesn't want to have. If for some reason they don't want to have me, I will go, but..."

Fernandes was then stopped from finishing his sentence by Erik ten Hag, who pulled him away from the conversation so he could join in with the team's lap of honour.

Moments later, Sky Sports decided to broadcast Ten Hag's speech to those in attendance at Old Trafford.

As you can see from the footage below, a smattering of boos can be heard.

"I want to thank you all for the brilliant support during the season," he said. "As you know it wasn't an easy season, but one thing remained constant and that was the backing of you for the team."

He added: "The season is not over yet. We go to Wembley and I promise you those players will give everything to bring the FA Cup to Old Trafford!"

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag, Bruno Fernandes, Premier League