Anthony Martial and Bruno Fernandes ‘bromance’ sends Man Utd fans into meltdown

Manchester United new boy Bruno Fernandes has already hit the ground running at Old Trafford but has still found time to strike up an apparent bromance with forward Anthony Martial.

Both players were on the scoresheet as United saw off Watford on Sunday and the pair look like they will be working in tandem for some time.

Fernandes' creativity has already been a big plus for the Red Devils and he set Martial clear against Watford only for the forward to spurn his chance.

The Frenchman eventually got is goal, as did Fernandes, and he took to Instagram after the game and said: "Great Win and please @brunofernandes.10 next time give me a better pass."

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But the former Sporting Lisbon man was quick to responded with "really?" accompanied by a laughing emoji.

And United fans are now convinced the two are thick as thieves and cannot wait to see what the future holds with Marcus Rashord still to return.

"Loving this bromance banter," said one.

"This banter and partnership is a thing of beauty!!!" added a second.

"The best duo in the league," claimed a third.

"Already starting that off field banter and relationship, love to see it," said another.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also loving the performances of his January signing having compared the 25-year-old to former team-mate Paul Scholes and Juan Sebastian Veron.

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"He has come in, done really well and given everyone a boost," Solskjaer said. "It means more than just getting a player in. You can see the supporters are used to players with that personality, mentality and quality. He's been a big plus.

"He has come in from day one and, first minute, felt like a presence in the group. First training session, demanding the ball.

"Some players take some time in warming up, but he felt confident straight away.

"It is a bit of a mix between Scholes and Veron, to be fair, he's got the temperament of Veron and a lot of the quality of Scholesy."

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