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Bruno Fernandes blasted and told he isn’t near the same level as Kevin De Bruyne.

Bruno Fernandes blasted and told he isn't near the same level as Kevin De Bruyne.

Former United man Lee Sharpe holds an opinion that Bruno Fernandes still has a lot more to do to prove himself as one of the best players in the Premier League division.

Bruno star has been widely praised since joining Manchester United in January 2020, and has netted 28 goals for his side across all competitions so far this season.

But Sharpe, who won three Premier League trophies as United player, has criticized Fernandes for giving the ball away too often and maintained that he is still a level below City’s Kevin De Bruyne.

“The jury is still out for me on Bruno Fernandes in terms of him being one of the very top players in the League,” Sharpe told GentingBet.

“He does something magical; he’ll spray a pass somewhere or score a decent goal, or a free kick, and then he’ll spend 10-15 minutes of the game giving the ball away really cheaply. 

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“I’m not sure whether that’s just a form thing that he’s going through – or whether it’s actually him as a player. 

“So, I’m reserving judgement at the moment whether he’s one of the best in the league – I think De Bruyne is right up there in the top three players in the league, I’m not sure Bruno gets into that top three.

“I mean he’s scored plenty of goals again, a lot of penalties, but for me, when I’ve watched the games – he just gives the ball away a little bit too cheaply at times – when you really need him to hold the ball up or keep the ball.”

Fernandes will have the opportunity to win his first trophy as a United player when the Red Devils play Villarreal in the Europa League final.

Ole Gunnar men have not won any trophy since winning that competition four years ago when they beat Ajax 2-0 under Jose Mourinho.

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