A new deal for Bruno Fernandes already?
Manchester United brought Fernandes to Old Trafford in January, and he has taken the Premier League by storm.
With reported interest from Spain, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side want to reward Fernandes.
TOP STORY – FERNANDES SET FOR NEW DEAL
Manchester United are set to offer Bruno Fernandes a new bumper deal to fend off interest from Barcelona and LaLiga champions Real Madrid, according to the Mirror.
Fernandes has been a revelation since joining United from Portuguese giants Sporting CP in January – the star midfielder has been directly involved in 36 goals in 38 games across all competitions, five more than any other Premier league player in this period.
With Fernandes dominating, United are prepared to double the Portugal international's wages at Old Trafford.
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