Rio Ferdinand thinks Bruno Fernandes has what it takes to succeed as the next captain of Manchester United.
Rio Ferdinand expressed his admiration for Bruno Fernandes’ performance in the 1-0 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday during the most recent episode of his FIVE podcast.
By earning three points against an improved Villa squad, Erik ten Hag’s team kept up its pursuit of a top-four finish.
This season, Fernandes has served as captain in Harry Maguire’s absence, and on Saturday, that was still the case.
After Lisandro Martinez joined the team, Maguire lost his position, which led to this. Due to rumors regarding the England international’s future, Ten Hag may be searching for a new permanent captain.
Fernandes is prepared, in Ferdinand’s opinion, to handle the duty full-time.
Unai Emery was working miracles, and Bruno stepped in to put a stop to them, he said.
“We were deserving of the victory. Wow, have you seen Bruno’s statistics.
“The guy’s work is amazing. With the numbers he has achieved, he would most likely have a statue at the Emirates right now if he were still at Arsenal!
“Does Bruno take the captaincy next year? Absolutely. In my opinion, he does. The most significant player we have had since he joined has been Bruno. Maguire is not playing, so he is the one holding the armband. I believe it is only natural for him to become captain the following year. ”.
A teenager from Manchester United is eager to help the team qualify for the Champions League.
Alejandro Garnacho, a young player for Manchester United, is eager to help the team qualify for the Champions League.
With a game left to play, Manchester United currently sits in fourth place in the Premier League, seven points ahead of fifth.
After being spotted back in training over the weekend, Alejandro Garnacho is about to make a comeback to the field of play.
Garnacho is eager for the future after agreeing to a new contract and has high goals.
For Manchester United, Alejandro Garnacho has had a significant breakout season, contributing to the team’s Carabao Cup triumph.
Additionally, he has scored goals in the Premier League, FA Cup, and Europa League. It won’t be long before he scores in the Champions League, assuming United makes it there.
“This season, we still have one trophy up for grabs, and we’ll be fighting as hard as we can for it,” Garnacho told the club media.
“Of course, we also have the Champions League as a goal. And I feel even more motivated because of my ambition and desire to succeed. ”.
Garnacho appears to be completely focused and unfazed by not being selected for the Argentina under-20 World Cup.
This week, as Manchester United play Brighton and West Ham, there is a chance he will play. Both games will be difficult because they will be played away from home.
Garnacho’s return, however, would be a welcome boost, and two wins would essentially ensure participation in the Champions League for the upcoming campaign.