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Bruno Fernandes’ leaked WhatsApp message will be a warning to Man Utd teammates

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Bruno Fernandes is demanding high standards at Manchester United (Getty Images)

Manchester United’s players could be in for a shock after a leaked WhatsApp message revealed how Bruno Fernandes became furious with the attitudes of his former teammates at Sporting.

The Portugal international has made an instant impact at Old Trafford following his £68 million move from the Portuguese club in the January transfer window.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already been impressed with the commitment Fernandes has shown, which was highlighted by the midfielder’s desire to begin training the same day he signed for the club.

Fernandes is desperate to raise the standards at United, and it appears the 25-year-old adopted the same mentality during his time at Sporting.

In a leaked message first reported by Portuguese station CMTV in September, Fernandes angrily berated some members of Sporting’s squad.

Bruno Fernandes has been an instant his with his Manchester United teammates (Getty Images)

‘Bro, I don’t say anything! I honestly, if you want me to tell you, I’d rather not comment on anything,’ Fernandes said.

‘I think very badly of some of the attitude of some players. Actually not a certain attitude, it’s an attitude that does not exist.

‘There are players who have no attitude here, bro. They don’t want to be here, they don’t want to play.

‘They don’t want to be here then f*** off, let them say they don’t want to play.

‘They spend a year here getting money, and then they f*** off, bro. S*** attitude bro, for f**** sake.’

Fernandes has scored three goals and registered four assists since joining United, while he was named Premier League Player of the Month for February off the back of his excellent performances.

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