Bruno Fernandes is one of the rising footballers who has established himself as one of the elite players of the modern era. Bruno Fernandes plays for Manchester United in the premier league and the Portugal National Team. Let us have a look at Bruno Fernandes Net Worth.
Bruno Fernandes Net worth
He is one of the rising superstars and as of now, his net worth is said to be around $9 – $10 million. But if he keeps growing with this pace and maintains his stature. Then he surely can be one of the elite group.
Bruno’s Annual Salary
He signed his contract with Manchester United in January 2020 which earns him $12.8 million per year.
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Endorsements and Sponsorship
Bruno Fernandes is under contract with Nike as of now, hopefully, he will get more deals in the coming days.
Cars and Property
He doesn’t have many cars but some of them are Range Rover, BMW X5, Audi R8, Ferrari Portofino, Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe, Mini Cooper. He had 2 houses, one in Lisbon and one in Porto.
|36 (5 February 1985)
|Novara, Udinese, Sporting CP, Manchester United
|$12.8 million per year
|Range Rover, BMW X5, Audi R8, Ferrari Portofino, Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe, Mini Cooper
|2 houses, one in Lisbon and one in Porto
|$9 – $10 million
|Net Worth in Rupees
|65 – 67 Crore INR
bruno Fernandes Career
Bruno Fernandes started his professional career as a senior player playing for the Italian side Novara in 2013, but soon made a move to Udinese who are regulars of the Serie A in Italy. He played there for 3 years, before making a loan move to Sampdoria in 2016. However, the movie did not work out for the Portuguese media and he was shipped off to Sporting CP where his career took off and he started getting his due praise. Manchester United noticed the potential in him and snapped him up in 2019 making him sign a 5 and a half-year contract in a move worth about $63.9 Million.
Since his move to the Premier League, Bruno has made a total of 74 appearances in all competitions and has scored a whopping 40 goals playing as an attacking midfielder. He won the Manchester United Player of the Year award this season as he propelled the Red Devils to a second-place finish in the Premier League.
With Portugal’s Senior Men’s National Team –
UEFA Nations League – 2018-19
With Sporting CP –
Taça de Portugal- 2019
Taça da Liga- 2017-18, 2018-19
With Manchester United –
Primeira Liga Player of the Year- 2017-18, 2018-19
Manchester United Player of the Year – 2019-20