The Portuguese footballer and Manchester attacking midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has an estimated net worth of €7 million ($6,983,595.53).
Bruno Fernandes Biography and Net Worth
Bruno Fernandes Biography and Early Life
Bruno Miguel Borges Fernandes, professionally known as Bruno Fernandes, was born in Maia, Portugal, on September 8, 1994. His parents are Virginia Borges and Jose Fernandes.
At a young age, Bruno joined the Boavista youth team as his father traveled to Switzerland to search for greener pastures. With the passion he had for football, Bruno convinced his parents to allow him to continue with the passion. Bruno was allowed to stay in Portugal with his mom to pursue his football career.
Bruno Fernandes Career and Net Worth
Bruno Fernandes began his career with an Italian club, Novara, but was not giving his all on the field.Bruno delved away from his country home in search of greener pastures.
Before he moved to Portugal, Bruno spent three seasons at another Udinese-based club before he moved to Portugal and joined Sporting Lisbon in 2017.
Some of Bruno’s achievements
Bruno then became so good that he contributed 19 goals in 33 appearances with the Portuguese giants in the 2017-18 season.
In the 2018-19 season, Bruno helped his country club win the Portuguese League Cup in his debut season. Bruno leveled up his goal tally with 33 goals in 33 games, which is the greatest performance by an attacking midfielder. An outstanding performance that season brought him LIGA NOS Footballer of the Year.
Former Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer secured Fernandes’ transfer after failing in the summer transfer window to sign him. Due to his performance in Italy, people doubted he would be poor in the toughest league.
Bruno, however, proved his competence by contributing 15 goals in 14 games in the 2019-20 season and was awarded the 2019-20 Manchester United player of the year. In the following season, he contributed 30 goals to his club.
Bruno’s assists and Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal-scoring skills could help Manchester United win a trophy after five years of trophy drought. He gets compensated with a huge amount of €9.36 million and a weekly wage of €180,000.
Owing to his wonderful performances, Bruno joined his country’s national team and represented Portugal at the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Bruno was named to the 2018–19 UEFA Nations League Team of the Tournament after assisting them win the competition.
Bruno Fernandes signed an endorsement deal with the sportswear brand Nike as they see him as a potential Portuguese. Bruno has played for Novara, Udinese, Sampdoria, Sporting CP, and Manchester United at the senior level, as well as Infesta, Boavista, Pasteleira (on loan), and Novara at the youth level.
Bruno’s steadfastness in his career has certainly attained him an admirable height.