Manchester United Football: Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes cuts holiday short to train with former club Boavista
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Manchester United Football: Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes
cuts holiday short to train with former club Boavista
Manchester United ace Bruno Fernandes has worked hard to regain his fitness for his former club Boavista
and wishes his childhood club the best of luck next season. The 26-year-old played an incredible season
for the Red Devils last term, scoring 30 goals and recording 18 assists in all competitions, and was named
Player of the Year by Sir Matt Busby.
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There are signs that Fernandes is struggling with fatigue in the second half of the season. For example,
former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he looked particularly tired during United's Europa League
final defeat to Villarreal. But United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept brushing those concerns aside,
and Fernandes didn't let up when his club commitments were over and he had to quickly turn his attention
to Portugal's Euro 2020 campaign.
But just three weeks after Portugal's loss to Belgium in the round of 16, Fernandes appears to have cut
short his vacation and is now lacing up his soccer boots again in preparation for next year. Fernandes has
not yet joined the rest of his teammates in preseason training at Carrington. Instead, he is taking the
opportunity to work on his form in his native Portugal with Boavista. The attacking midfielder, who spent
his formative years at Porto between 2004 and 2012, was photographed practicing with the ball and
running around the training ground next to the club's Estadio do Bessa.
In a short video posted on Boavista's social media pages, Fernandez said it's always nice to return to the
hometown where I grew up and have good memories. Looking ahead to next season, I wish you all the
best and that this season goes even better than la