Bruno Fernandes causing ‘anarchy’ at Man Utd as report reveals damning blame game at Old Trafford

Manchester United insiders have reportedly described Bruno Fernandes as ‘uncoachable’ and a major reason for the team’s troubles this season.

The Red Devils will end another season without a trophy following Tuesday’s Champions League exit. In fact, it is a fifth successive campaign without silverware. Man Utd also exited the FA Cup and Carabao Cup at the first hurdles.

Hope of a top-four Premier League remains, although Arsenal remain in the driving seat in that race.
Still, pundits such as Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes have slammed the current situation at Old Trafford.

And they have pinpointed various reasons for United’s current malaise. Interim manager Ralf Rangnick has come in for criticism, as has the attitude and body language of the players.

Indeed, The Independent has now claimed to reveal the damning view on Portugal midfielder Fernandes from some at Man Utd.

Sources told the newspaper that the 27-year-old is causing ‘tactical anarchy’ and disturbs the game plan at United.

Fernandes has also been described as ‘uncoachable’ by some inside Old Trafford. The report thirdly claims that Fernandes’ attempts to ‘raise standards’ is actually hampering the club’s progress.

Fernandes had a fantastic half-season when he initially joined Man Utd, inspiring a top-four push.

And he went on to beat Frank Lampard’s record of goals for a Premier League midfielder last season, hitting 28.

He has nevertheless scored nine goals and assisted 14 others this term. However, the Portuguese has dropped off from the standard he set last campaign.

Despite the top-four race not being finished yet, more of the focus is already beginning to turn to the off-season at Man Utd.