Manchester United January Signing Bruno Fernandes has enjoyed a perfect start to life in England after his transfer from Sporting Lisbon in the transfer window, MySportDab reports.
There has been speculation that Bruno could forge a deadly partnership with Paul Pogba when he returns back from injury.
But Former Manchester United Striker Dimitar Berbatov is worried they might be too similar.
MySportDab understands the Red Devils were on an 11-matches unbeaten run before the Premier League was suspended until April.
But when the season does continue, Pogba could play alongside Bruno Fernandes in a partnership which would surely excite United fans.
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“I’m not sure if Fernandes and Pogba can play together,” Berbatov told Betfair.
“Bruno Fernandes’ pass into Odion Ighalo for the United goal against LASK was a stunning assist.
“What a great pass. And what a perge finish from Ighalo. It was a great goal, I was very happy for both players and jumping out my seat when it scored.
“Fernandes has quickly become a very important player for Manchester United.
“I’m very impressed by how he’s integrated into the team he’s become very usual in a short space of time.
“His team-mates are always trying to find him on the ball because they know he can peform magic. He looks very happy to be playing for Manchester United. I hope he continues in this form.
“As a Paul Pogba fan, I want him to stay at Manchester United, I think that would be best for him, but I am curious to see how he will play with Fernandes.
“They’re very similar players, both intelligent to think three steps ahead when they’re on the ball.
“Sometimes players are too similar to play together.
“My hope is that this won’t be the problem here because with Fernandes and Pogba Midfield, United could boast of a stunning squad which would surely scare every opponent.”
Bruno Fernandes has scored twice and provided three assists in his five Premier League games so far.
Pogba is now fully ready to return to training whenever United are back in action after the COVID-19 pandemic.