Bruno Fernandes has been linked with a move to Manchester United but clearly, Jurgen Klopp is against the idea.
The midfielder joined Sporting in 2017 and last season he was scoring and assisting goals for fun.
During the 2018-19 season, across all competitions, Bruno Fernandes managed to net 32 goals and provide 18 assists which is why Man United so badly want to bring in on board.
And earlier this week, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp got a first-hand experience of what the player could do when he scored one and assisted one during Sporting’s 2-2 draw vs the Reds.
So naturally, the German manager does not want Bruno Fernandes to end up at Manchester United next season.
“If he [signs for Man Utd] then we will face him. He’s obviously a really good player,” Klopp said.
“They have already a few really good players, so that will probably make them stronger. It’s not nice, but [Man Utd’s transfer dealings are] not our cup of tea, to be honest.”
Sporting have made it clear that they are open to selling off Bruno Fernandes this summer only if they receive the right price for the 24-year-old.
And the midfielder though seems to have full faith in his current club when it comes to his transfer proceedings.
“I don’t care about the transfer market. I’ve talked about this a lot, I don’t need to talk anymore. I already said I would like to play in England,” Fernandes said.
“When the club decides [is when it will happen]. I’m not in charge.”