Paul Scholes believes Fernandes cannot be the following Man United captain

Man United legend Paul Scholes believes Bruno Fernandes is simply too emotional to be the captain of the Manchester membership following the Portuguese star’s meltdown at Anfield on Sunday. 

Erik ten Hag’s facet had been victims of a humiliating 7-0 defeat by the hands of their bitter rivals Liverpool on Sunday and the match noticed the Purple Devils’ captain on the day lose his head. Fernandes has been closely criticised within the aftermath of the loss and lots of have known as for the Portuguese star to be stripped from his captaincy function.

The midfielder is United’s vice-captain and could be seen because the favorite to take over the function full-time if Harry Maguire leaves in the summertime.

Nonetheless, Scholes just isn’t satisfied Fernandes is the precise man for the job.

Fernandes on the ground vs Liverpool

Paul Scholes doesn’t assume Fernandes needs to be Man United captain

Talking forward of Man United’s 4-1 win over Actual Betis within the Europa League, Scholes stated Man United want a pacesetter that’s much less emotional and calmer.

The Purple Devils legend said on BT Sport through the Daily Mail: “Your captain must be an affect, chief, calm character. I’d be involved if United, March, April are going for the title – I don’t assume him as your captain can be preferrred.

“He’s solely vice-captain for the time being as Maguire’s not enjoying. Going ahead, larger video games, going for trophies, Champions League finals, a captain with much less emotion is perhaps higher.”