Bruno Fernandes expresses discontent towards Super League plans

Bruno Fernandes has shown his discontent towards the proposed Super League plans.

Fernandes was responding on Instagram to a message from Wolves winger Daniel Podence, who was reminiscing about famous Champions League moments.

Fernandes responded with a message saying ‘dreams can’t be buy’.

Even in his broken English, Fernandes’ discontent is made clear.

United are one of the clubs threatening to join a breakaway Super League, which would destroy the Champions League as we know it.

Former United star Ander Herrera has already angrily hit out at the proposals.

Mesut Ozil and Pablo Fornals are among other current footballers to criticise the plans, and Fernandes’ not so subtle dig makes him the first United player to go on record to hit out at the plans.

This all adds up to a very uncomfortable situation for United’s players, with the continuation of this year’s Europa League thrown into doubt.

Options open to UEFA include cancelling the competition or kicking United out, just as we reach the semi-final stage.

For a player like Fernandes, who has played 60 plus games for United in the past 12 months, this would be a crushing blow.

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