Former Manchester United player and legend Paul Scholes has honestly sympathised with Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes as the player who has been overused by his manager this season. The English pundit believes that the Portuguese international has been played in several positions by his manager this season and that he needs a rest a little to gain his momentum.
Bruno Fernandes has been outstanding this season for Man United scoring seven goals and also making 11 assists. The 28 years has been one of the players in Man United's dressing room who have been used more often by their Dutch manager Erik Ten Hag this season. However, the Portugal international has been used in almost all positions in their attack this season more recently being the left wing.
The new Manchester United captain is however regarded as one of the best midfielders in the premier league as he has managed to help his team to win the Carabao cup this season. He has managed to excel in all those positions his manager has been using him. The former Man United player and legend Paul Scholes has however sympathised with the club captain revealing that he has been overused by Ten Hag this season more importantly in variety positions.
" I actually feel sorry for him (Bruno) when he's played. He is been pushed out to too many positions to do a job for the team, he was on the left, he's been on the right , he's played through the middle, he has been a little bit all over the place."
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