MU will reward Bruno Fernandes a new contract with a generous salary after the midfielder set a record against West Ham. MU just had to rely on the inspiration from Bruno Fernandes after coming on from the bench to win against West Ham.

On the pitch after the break, Fernandes assisted Paul Pogba to level the score. Notably, he created eight scoring opportunities in 45 minutes on the pitch, more than any other player in a Premier League match since the start of the season. Immediately after this victory, The Mirror said, MU prepared a new contract for the Portuguese midfielder as a reward for what he brought to the team.

MU will double salary for Fernandes

Fernandes will receive a salary of £ 200,000 a week, double the current figure, said the source. Fernandes’s current £ 100,000-a-week salary (the equivalent of Jesse Lingard and number two goalkeeper Dean Henderson) is much lower than some of the other players at the club and does not reflect his importance to the team.

Goalkeeper David De Gea, for example, makes three times more than Fernandes with £ 350,000 per week and Paul Pogba at £ 300,000.

Fernandes has a huge influence on MU

Fernandes has a huge influence on MU

Since coming to MU, Fernandes has made an immediate impact by scoring 22 goals and 14 assists in 37 games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Despite playing only half of last season, the former Sporting Lisbon player got the Fan of the Year award by fans. He also won two Premier League Player of the Year awards in February and June 2020.

Fernandes set a record in the Premier League

Bruno Fernandes came into the field after the break when MU was being led and quickly made a big impact to help the team go upstream.

Bruno Fernandes set a record in the Premier League season 2020/21 after coming on the bench in the match against West Ham 3-1. He replaced Donny van de Beek and immediately made a big impact for the home team to turn things around.