Manchester Utd Home shirt signed by Bruno Fernandes , Professionally framed

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Manchester Utd Home shirt signed by Bruno Fernandes , Professionally framed

£385.00

This Manchester United Home Shirt has been personally signed very clearly by Fernandes  with a permanent black  sharpie pen . This stunning piece of memorabilia is professionally framed in a white frame with pictures at the bottom  of Fernandes  in action. On the mount at the top of the frame is the Manchester Utd  emblem and the figure of Fernandes  in each top corner. At the bottom of the frame it says personally signed by Bruno Fernandes .

frame size s are 81 cm x 90 cm

All our items come with certificate of authenticity.

Great piece of memorabilia.

Please note we do have more than one, so signed autographs size and position may slightly differ

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Description

Bruno  Fernandes is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Manchester United and the Portugal National team.

Born in Maia , Porto , Fernandes started his career at Italian Serie B side Novara but soon made a move to Serie A side Udinese in 2013, followed by Sampdoria three years later. After five years in Italy, he signed with Sporting CP in 2017, where he was named club captain. He won back-to-back tacas da Liga in 2018 and 2019, as well as the Taca de Portugal , leading to him being named primeira Liga Player of the Year  in both seasons. In 2018–19, he scored a record of 33 goals in all competitions, making him the highest-scoring Portuguese midfielder and the highest-scoring midfielder in Europe in a single season. Fernandes’ performances sparked the interest of several Premier League clubs, with Manchester United signing him for an initial €55 million (£47 million) in January 2020, becoming the second-highest fee for a Portuguese player leaving the domestic league.

Fernandes made his senior debut for Portugal in November 2017, after previously being capped at under 19 , 20s and under 21, levels. He also represented Portugal at the 2016 Summer Olympics . He was chosen in Portugal’s squads for the 2018 World Cup and 2019 UEFA  Nations League Finals, winning the latter and being named in the Team of the Tournament.