Which rival player does Bruno remind Scholesy of?
Club legend Paul Scholes has likened the impact made by Bruno Fernandes on United to David Silva's influence on local rivals Manchester City.
“knit”Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team together in the same way Spanish star Silva has done during the last decade with City.
“Sometimes it just takes one player to turn a team around and knit a team together,”explained Scholes.
“I don't like talking about City but you think of David Silva at Manchester City – that player [that] links all the play together, and I think we've found him in Fernandes.
“He's totally transformed the team. It's gone from watching a little bit of a dull team, to one player coming in and all of a sudden they look like they're going to create, they look like they're going to score goals every time he's in possession of the ball.”
“He's fitted in straight away,”marvelled the Class of '92 star.
“Nemanja Vidic and Evra really struggled for the first six to eight months. I think they signed in January. It wasn't until the season after where they really got used to it and picked up and went on to have really amazing careers.
“But this lad, he's picked it up straight away, and it's been a real benefit. I keep saying he's transformed the team, but I really think he has.
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“He thinks goals, thinks about his centre-forward, whereas other players might be thinking sideways and backwards. He's constantly thinking about scoring goals and that's what Manchester United's all about.
“You have to be excited as well with Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford coming back. He hasn't played with these players yet, and they're two of the better players in the squad, so the link-up between them two or three players... it could get even better. Fingers crossed.”
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“Paul has got a little bit of work to do to get into the team,”suggested Scholesy.
“Before the outbreak happened and the stop happened, you have to say that the players that were playing – Matic, McTominay and Fred – they were really doing well in midfield.
“It's not going to be straightforward for Paul. He's got some work on his hands just to get back into the team. But we all know what Paul's capable of. He's a top player when he's on form. The better players you play with... surely that can only be to the benefit of the team.”