Bruno Fernandes slams claims he ignored new Man Utd team-mate Andre Onana, telling fans: ‘Good try at making it look bad’

BRUNO FERNANDES has denied claims he ignored new Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana during his side’s defeat by Real Madrid.

And in response to a clip on social media showing the pair interacting, he slammed fans for trying to “make it look bad”.

Bruno Fernandes has denied claims he was ignoring Andre Onana at that moment


Bruno Fernandes has denied claims he was ignoring Andre Onana at that momentPhoto credit: Astro SuperSport
Onana (right) recently joined Manchester United from Inter Milan


Onana (right) recently joined Manchester United from Inter MilanPhoto credit: Getty

Man Utd were beaten 2-0 by Real Madrid on Thursday before suffering another loss to Borussia Dortmund – a 3-2 defeat in Las Vegas.

But before the game against Dortmund a short one Video surfaced online showing Fernandes walking right past Onana during the game against Real Madrid when the goalkeeper tried to speak to him.

And the clip’s caption painted the new Red Devils captain in a bad light.

It said, “Captain Bruno doesn’t want anyone.” [to] Correct him or advise him.

“Bruno is breaking up [sic.] ignores newcomer Onana 🤯.

However, Fernandes had no idea as he responded to the post and explained what was really going on.

He said: “Nice how you could see me ignoring him when I went to where I was supposed to position in the corner 😂.”

“Nice try to make it look bad 😘.”


Fernandes recently received the armband from Erik ten Hag after Harry Maguire was sacked from his captaincy.

The Portuguese star will make his Premier League debut as the club’s official captain when the club start the season at home against Wolves on August 14.

Meanwhile, £47million new signing Onana, who joined from Inter Milan earlier in the month, could be seen berating Maguire during the Dortmund defeat.

The English defender’s poor pass almost saw United concede – and Onana was uncompromising in response.


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