Christian Eriksen reveals Man Utd player he has good connection with as he shares his experience at Old Trafford.
Manchester United midfielder, Christian Eriksen has revealed that he has a good connection with teammate Bruno Fernandes adding that they share an understanding even in the dressing room.
Eriksen joined the Red Devils in the summer on a free transfer after the expiration of his term at Brentford, he believes Fernandes has helped him settle in at Old Trafford this season.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan star have become a vital part of Man United manager Erik ten Hag’s squad so far this season.
The Denmark international has found himself operating in a slightly deeper role than he used to, now often paired with Scott McTominay in a midfield duo.
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Speaking about his partnership with Fernandes, Eriksen told the club website: “Definitely and it doesn’t surprise me. I mean, some people see us as very similar players, but they probably only look at the stats and don’t see us, the player and the qualities.
“We have different qualities, a different style of play and, with Bruno and in general, I think I am learning to get to know all my teammates better. I also get to know how they run, how they want to have the ball, how they move around and how I move around the pitch for them.
“We are starting to get that connection. With Bruno, it’s a good connection and it’s nice to have such a good footballer in front of me.”