Bruno Fernandes has opened up on his excellent relationship with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Fernandes has already rebuffed claims of a row with Solskjær at half-time in United’s 6-1 defeat to Tottenham.
The Portugal international has now defended the Norwegian and says he’s never criticised his tactics.
“I talked to my coach and said I was going to defend him publicly because he knows how much I appreciate him,” Fernandes told Esporte Interativo, via Sport Witness.
“And I’m very grateful because he bet on me, he wanted me at Manchester, and at no time am I dissatisfied with his tactics.
“Because the way we play is the same as when I arrived. Why would I be dissatisfied at that moment and six months ago, for example, I wasn’t?
“If anyone wants to cause a conflict within Manchester it’s not me nor any teammate, they are outsiders, they want to create a bad atmosphere in the dressing room and they will not succeed, because the group is united and is focused on giving an important answer already in Newcastle.”
The Red Devils next travel to Newcastle on Saturday – read all about the upcoming game here.