Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has said he had a passion for becoming a football coach after hanging up his boots.
Fernandes has had an amazing impact since arriving in England from Sporting in January. In 73 games for the Red Devils, he scored 36 goals and put in 22 more. However, his leadership and ability to bring his United colleagues together have always earned him applause from fans and experts alike.
Indeed, while he may not be his club’s regular captain – with Harry Maguire taking on that role – he acts like one on the pitch.
However, at the age of 26, he has plenty of time to stand out after his impressive time with United to date.
After his retirement, however, Fernandes says he wants to go in the dugout as his life is intrinsically linked to football.
“Now I see the time go by and I see kids coming in from 2000, 2001, 2002, and my sister is 2000, so it’s confusing my head,” he said. MUTV.
“I’m trying to enjoy football, you know. I think I want to be a coach. Honestly, I would love to be a coach.
He added that he dreamed of managing Male Utd, following in the footsteps of ex-Red Devil and current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Fernandes said: “I don’t know which team I would like to lead. Of course, the greatest team if I can handle Manchester United, I’ll be happy.
“I can leave a few words now, so if people see that, if I’m a manager in the future, the fans can push to bring me in as a coach!”
“But I think I would like to be a coach in the future.
“I’m not sure, but for how I feel about football, for the feeling I have, I think I have to continue to be inside football because my whole life is about it. So I think that in the future, it will also have to be with football. “
Fernandes hopes for Man Utd trophies
United are looking to end the season by winning the Europa League, which would be Solskjaerfirst trophy since taking office in 2018.
The Red Devils came close to the same feat last season, but lost to Sevilla in the semi-finals. This season they face Roma in the last four.
Domestically, United are well positioned to finish second in the Premier League table.
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When asked if his side can fight for the Premier League title next season, Fernandes said: “I honestly think the team has improved a lot since I joined.
“I can feel the improvement but I think the team is improving since the arrival of the coach. He’s trying to get his hands on the team and make it better and better.
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