In an interview with Portuguese media, Bruno Fernandez once again responded to rumors about his conflict with Solskjaer. He said that this did not happen.
Fernandez said: "In general, nothing in the rumors happened. I didn't say a word in the locker room because I think it was not when we were talking, but because we were behind in the score."
"We walked out of the locker room with a score of 1-4. This is obviously everyone’s fault. It’s not the fault of me, this teammate or another teammate. It’s not the fault of the coach. The coach is the same. The tactics are the same, the players are the same, so we can’t blame anyone, but in this case, everyone is at fault.”
"Of course, it makes me feel very uncomfortable to see that my name is associated with these rumors, because it is a lie. I have communicated with my coach and I said that I will defend him publicly because he knows how much I am. I am grateful to him because he places his hopes on me. He wants me to join Manchester United. At any time I am not dissatisfied with his tactics, because the way we play now is the same as when I joined the team."
"If someone wants to create conflict within Manchester United, neither I nor any teammates will do it. These people are outsiders. They want to create a bad atmosphere in the locker room. They will not succeed because the team is very Together, we focus on making an important response in the away game against Newcastle United."