Manchester United receives a huge push to pursue Bruno Fernandes like the cold, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City – reports



Sporting Lisbon's 24-year-old midfielder is on the radar of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City have abandoned the race to sign the goal of Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes.

The Sporting Lisbon midfielder is on the radar of the Red Devils boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, after scoring 20 goals last season.

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Fernandes, who left four years in his sports contract, also played a crucial role in the triumph of the League of Nations in Portugal at the beginning of this month.

Express declares that United is in pole position to sign the midfielder with a value of £ 60 million after Premier League rivals have cooled their interest.

Solskjaer could be forced to sell Wantaway stars Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku to release funds for a Fernandes offer.

The manager of the Sporting of Lisbon, Marcel Keizer, is not confident of holding the flagship man of the club this summer.

He said: "I want Bruno Fernandes to stay, but everyone knows the current situation.

"It will be difficult to make it go on, it's on vacation, we'll see what happens".

Solskjaer is ready to refresh the team after a disappointing sixth place in the Premier League last year.

The club has already signed Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Swansea and Crystal Palace respectively.

And Fernandes, 24, could be a replacement for Pogba, who was connected with the moves to Real Madrid and Juventus.