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'I don't want...' - Bruno Fernandes gives Manchester United future update amid transfer interest

Bruno Fernandes feels Manchester United 'want him to be part of the future' at Old Trafford, which means he'd be happy to continue representing the club into next season.

Fernandes signed for United from Sporting Lisbon in January 2020 and has been the most consistent player in the dressing room since his arrival. The midfielder has developed a strong bond with supporters and was given the captain's armband by Erik ten Hag last summer.

However, it's been a difficult season for United and many feel it will take another few years until INEOS' rebuild could deliver a serious challenge for the Premier League title.

Fernandes has won just the Carabao Cup since signing for United and now aged 29 there's been a suggestion he could leave this summer in pursuit of silverware.

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It's understood Fernandes is attracting interest from Bayern Munich and Inter Milan ahead of the summer transfer window and he discussed his future after the Newcastle win.

United won 3-2 against Newcastle and Fernandes delivered a committed display, despite only just returning to the starting side after a brief spell on the sidelines with injury.

"I will be here until I've said, the club needs to want me," Fernandes told Sky Sports post-match. "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 stopped from finishing his answer as Ten Hag pulled him away from the broadcaster so he could join in with the team's lap of honour.

He also discussed the performance and said: “Obviously the job