Bruno Fernandes will extend his current contract only if Paul Pogba commit his future to Manchester United
Manchester United and Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes has been offered a new deal to further extend his contract with the Red Devils after a breakthrough season at the club.
Bruno Fernandes joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in January, 2020 and has continually hits the ground running following his first appearance for the club.
As a means of rewarding his consistent performances, Bruno Fernandes has been offered a new deal that will see him stay beyond his initial contract agreement, however, reports indicates the 26-year-old will only sign a new deal if France international Paul Pogba commits his future to the club.
Both Pogba and Fernandes have played 47 games together with Manchester United winning 27 drawing 9 and losing 11 times.
However, the Red Devils have managed 28 games with or without Pogba and Fernandes, and out of those games there has been 20 victories and eight draws without a single defeat.