Bruno Fernandes has been spotted doing some shopping and has splashed out on big name brands such as Red Bull, Coca-Cola and Andrex.
Manchester United ace Fernandes was pictured with a trolley load as he left Tesco while his wife Ana Pinho carrying an ironing board and clothes dryer.
Fernandes has impressed in his first few appearances with the Red Devils since joining from Sporting Lisbon in January.
And it seems the Portuguese star isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty with the shopping either, buying a large bucket of Play-Doh.
That’s presumably for his young daughter Matilde with a 24-pack of Andrex toilet paper also spotted in Fernandes’ trolley.
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United paid £68m for Fernandes and he scored his first goal for the club against Watford last weekend, netting from the penalty spot.
And United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been pleased with the impact the 25-year-old has had on his side.
The Norwegian said: “We feel we’ve added some X Factor quality with Bruno.
“The addition of Bruno gives us a bit of a different flavour He likes to play forward passes and take risks, which a Manchester United player should do.
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“His imagination and his overview, picture, is a couple of seconds ahead of many players.
“It is one of his strengths he knows what he wants to do. He can change his mind in a split-second. That composure has been important.
“I think Bruno will only improve by coming here to a stronger league, stronger opponents and stronger teammates, getting used to us.
“We want to develop that x-factor. He's come in and impressed everyone but we don't want to put a limit on what he can do.”
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Fernandes is set to feature again as United host Club Brugge in the second leg of their Europa League last-32 tie.
The Red Devils earned a 1-1 draw out in Belgium last week and will hope to progress through to the next stage of a competition they won in 2017.
Solskjaer added: “We're a big club and we've got good finances but the longer you're out the more you suffer, so it's an ambition to get back into the Champions League.
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“For footballing reasons and financially it will help the club. We've got to focus on this competition, then the league on Sunday and then FA Cup.
“I think we need to take one game at a time. Both (Europa League and Premier League) are possibles. In a cup competition you never know. It might be a bad day.
“You can't rely on winning this. There are some good teams in it and we need to get past Bruges. We're looking forward to the game.”
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