The Manchester United midfielder confirms his departure in the summer, Bruno Fernandes informs his teammates of his season goal

While the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year trophy is a “special trophy,” Bruno Fernandes, a midfielder for Manchester United, is more focused on achieving goals on the field.

The only player to do so three times is Fernandes, who has won the award twice. Cristiano Ronaldo and David De Gea have each won the trophy four times. Fernandes is among the favorites to win the voting once more this season. Marcus Rashford, the club’s leading scorer with 29 goals, is also a contender in this category.

However, United still has four games left to play in the season, and Erik ten Hag’s team still has a lot to accomplish before the end of the month of June. Before facing Manchester City in the FA Cup final on June 3, the Reds will probably need to win two of their final three Premier League games to guarantee a top-four finish.

This summer, Manchester United has three top priorities in terms of transfers.
And Fernandes wants to win Player of the Year for a third consecutive year. The international player from Portugal insists that his top priority is to have a strong season’s finale.

Ethan Galbraith, a midfielder for Manchester United, has announced his departure from the club.

The Northern Ireland international’s contract expires at the end of the following month, and he will formally leave the club. He has spent this season on loan at the nearby League Two team Salford City. The young player is one of five players who will be released at the conclusion of this season, The Manchester Evening News reported on Monday.

As the Manchester United midfielder confirms his departure in the summer, Bruno

Galbraith, 22, transferred from Linfield to the United academy in 2017 and signed his first professional contract with the organization the following year. In November 2019, he made his Reds senior debut, coming on as a late substitute in a 2-1 Europa League loss to FC Astana.

He made just one other appearance for United at the senior level, and over the past two years, he has spent both of those seasons on loan, first with Salford in the Premier League and then with League One’s Doncaster Rovers. For the Ammies this season, he has made a total of 38 appearances and four goals.

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