Keane praises Fernandes' 'arrogance' and fast start at Man United
‘He’s got a little bit of arrogance about him’: Old Trafford legend Roy Keane reveals why Bruno Fernandes has made such a blistering start to life at Manchester United unlike big money flops Alexis Sanchez and Angel di Maria
- Roy Keane praised Bruno Fernandes for his fast start at Manchester United
- The midfielder joined United from Sporting Lisbon for £62million in January
- Keane applauded the star’s ‘arrogance’ since joining in a big money move
- Fernandes was awarded the league’s Player of the Month award for February
Roy Keane has praised Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes’ ‘arrogance’ after his fast start at the club since joining in January.
Fernandes signed for United from Sporting Lisbon for £62million and has already made a positive impact in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
The 25-year-old has not crumbled under the United curse that has seen big names like Alexis Sanchez, Angel di Maria and Radamel Falcao fail to live up to their billing after joining the Red Devils.
Roy Keane has praised Bruno Fernandes for his fast start to life at Manchester United
Fernandes joined in January for £62m but has taken no time to settle into life at Old Trafford
The former Manchester United captain applauded the Portuguese international for his attitude and performance levels.
‘We often talk about players taking time to settle at a club – it’s not taken him long has it?’ Roy Keane told Sky Sports.
‘He seems a very good personality. It’s obviously a huge move for him, but he seems to be enjoying it. He’s got a little bit of arrogance about him.’
The midfielder was awarded the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for February
Former United captain Keane believes Fernandes possesses ‘a little bit of arrogance’
Fernandes was awarded the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for February – his first full month as a Manchester United player.
He has scored three goals and provided four assists from nine matches in all competitions for United and has quickly become a fans’ favourite at Old Trafford.
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