Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It's another brilliant day that we are glad to have you back to our today's football news arena where we bring you all the latest updates and trends in soccer from all corners of the world. Former Manchester United right back has backed red devils manager for signing united player and refers the signing as "unreal signing."
Rafael da silva,the twin Brazilian brother to Fabio da silva has revealed how Manchester United made a wonderful signing.In an interview with the Football Faily rafael heaped alot of praises to Bruno Fernandes by saying, "It's crazy,everyone knew he was a good player but not that good."This is after player's performance against leeds last week where he produced an individual brilliance and scored an hat trick.
Truly since joining Manchester United Bruno Fernandes has improved compared to when he was at Portugal.He has helped united so much and need to be praised. Congratulations bruno and keep it up.
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