The Defender lauded his comrade for the manner in which he has settled in to life in England
Bruno Fernandes has settled so well at Manchester United it resembles he has been around for a long time, as indicated by partner Diogo Dalot.
Fernandes made his introduction for United in a 0-0 draw with Wolves on February 1, having joined the Premier League club from Sporting CP in January.
The move came following a drawn out exchange adventure, one that finished with Fernandes being Manchester United’s marquee marking throughout the winter move window after already procuring enthusiasm from a large group of clubs over the mid year.
Before making the move from Sporting CP, Fernandes gave 15 objectives in 26 games for the Portuguese side after already scoring 33 objectives across 56 matches last season.
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Furthermore, Dalot, who came to Manchester United from Portuguese side Porto in 2018k said his countryman has settled well with Man Utd, who are in Spain during their mid-season Premier League break.
“Perfectly. I mean, it is like he has been here for two years already,” the full-back told the club’s website.
“He is getting on very well with the lads, it is very good to have him here, it is very good for me, very good for the team, he is a fantastic player and a fantastic person.
“So, it is one more to help the team.”
Man United have persevered through an extreme season and are eighth in the Premier League table, yet stay alive in the FA Cup and Europa League.
Dalot trusts United – who visit Chelsea on February 17 – can push for a main four completion and win flatware this season.
“That is why we are here. Man United always fights for trophies and to win games,” he said.
“Those competitions, we want to win them with everything we have and the fight for the top four in the Premier League, because that is what we want as players.
“That is the reason we are here. Man United consistently battles for trophies and to dominate matches,” he said.
“Those rivalries, we need to win them with all that we have and the battle for the best four in the Premier League, since that is the thing that we need as players.
“I think we have everything to do that.”
In the wake of confronting Chelsea in their next Premier League coordinate, Manchester United will take on Club Brugge in their first tie of the Europa League knockout stages.
The Red Devils will venture out to Belgium on February 20 preceding facilitating Watford and afterward Club Brugge for the arrival leg inside that one week from now.