Bruno Fernandes has revealed the Manchester United squad’s reaction to Sunday’s protest at the Lowry Hotel and Old Trafford, including himself.
Fernandes insists that he was watching the game between Udinese and Juventus in the Serie A on Sunday as the protest rages on.
When quizzed about how he reacted to the huge protest that happened outside the Lowry Hotel on Sunday, Bruno Fernandes said in a press conference: “I was in my room watching Udinese versus Juventus, I didn’t try to go outside.
“I did what security said and stayed in my room. For us, it was hard because we wanted to play football. We prepared well for a big game. A chance to play this game is good. The feeling was good.
“We played well against Roma and the confidence was high. The feeling was positive. We were ready to play. The fans had their own word but we have nothing to say about that.”
Although it was reported that Bruno Fernandes might’ve been among the players who wanted to speak to the fans outside the hotel but were left infuriated when denied the opportunity.
However, the Portuguese midfielder seems to have been quite frustrated at not being able to play the big game due to the huge protests – which forced the United’s clash against Liverpool to be rescheduled for a new date.