The last time, here at Vital Manchester United, we covered the transfer speculation regarding the possible arrival of the Portuguese midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, it appeared as if a deal was close to being done.
Our article, uniteds-deal-for-portuguese-midfielder-gets-closer-to-being-completed, was warmly received by those who visit this site with our readers impressed by the fact Manchester United were in the market for a 24-year-old midfielder who scored an impressive 31 goals from midfield for Sporting Lisbon last season.
Over the weekend, as explained by The Express, rumours circulated implying that Fernandes was headed to Manchester for a medical, but as our referenced source confirms, that was not the case.
In fact, although Fernandes has been on United’s radar all summer, there is a real chance that the deal will not get done before the summer transfer window slams shut on 8th August.
Despite the plethora of column inches that has been written on the subject, one basic element relating to a successful deal has yet to have been agreed by the two clubs involved – the size of the transfer fee.
Is that something that can be sorted out before the transfer window closes?
That, my friends, is something only a select few are or will be, a party too!
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