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Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has identified his main concern with the Red Devils ahead of their Europa League final against Villarreal next Wednesday.
United are set to square off with Villarreal in Gdansk next Wednesday – after they put Roma to the sword in the semi-finals.
However, the Red Devils haven't managed to win in their last two games – with a draw against Fulham and a loss to Leicester City.
And their star midfielder, Fernandes, who has been integral to United's Europa League run, has identified a big problem for the Red Devils ahead of their cup final.
“We didn't score the chances we had. Sometimes it's our problem in games we draw and lose. We create many chances but we don't score,” the Portuguese superstar told Sky Sports after the Fulham clash.
“I think in the future I think this problem will change and now our focus has to be on the next game against Wolves.
“We then have three days before the final in the Europa League and I think we have enough to prepare well.”
However, Fernandes has remained optimistic about United's chances.
The Portuguese midfielder has hardly put a foot wrong since moving to Manchester from Sporting Lisbon over a year ago, and he has netted 28 goals and grabbed 18 assists in all competitions.
And alongside an in-form Edinson Cavani – he has every right to be confident to secure his first European gold.
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