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Marcus Rashford’s remark to Bruno Fernandes has caused concern among Manchester United supporters.

Marcus Rashford’s Social Media Comment to Bruno Fernandes Sparks Concern Among Manchester United Fans

A recent social media interaction between Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes has left Manchester United supporters anxious.

On Wednesday night, Manchester United hosted Newcastle United at Old Trafford, aiming for a late push towards securing a spot in European competitions under the guidance of Erik ten Hag.

Despite some tense moments, United clinched a crucial 3-2 victory thanks to goals from Kobbie Mainoo, Amad Diallo, and Rasmus Hojlund.

This victory puts United on equal points with Newcastle as they approach the final match weekend of the 23/24 Premier League season.

In this match, Rashford achieved a significant milestone by making his 400th appearance for Manchester United, his childhood club.

After the game, the 26-year-old expressed his emotions on social media: “It’s a special feeling to say that I have played 400 times for United. Thank you.”

Club captain Fernandes responded in the comments, saying: “400 more to come.”

Rashford then replied: “@brunofernandes8 it’s been a pleasure sharing the pitch with you bro.”

This exchange caused a stir among fans. One fan commented: “That sounds like a goodbye.”

Another added: “Makes it sound like Bruno is leaving.”

A third fan expressed concern: “Please don’t sell Bruno for any price.”

Another worried fan wrote: “Eh, is Bruno leaving…”

However, some fans tried to calm the situation. One assured others: “He’s just saying he’s enjoyed playing a lot of the 400 games with him, everyone calm down.”

Another added: “Bruno isn’t going anywhere. Rashford is just saying he enjoys playing with him.”

Amidst this speculation, reports this week have linked Fernandes with a potential move away from Old Trafford.

According to rumors, Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo has encouraged his current club, Al Nassr, to sign Ferndes and bring him to the Saudi Professional League.

The Telegraph reported that clubs in the Saudi Professional League are targeting four prominent Premier Le

ague players, including Fernandes.

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