Manchester United midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has given his verdict on manager Erik ten Hag’s training style at Old Trafford.
Fernandes said Ten Hag’s training is ‘intense’, adding that Man United players get tired at the end of the workout.
The Portugal international said this ahead of Man United’s pre-season friendly tie with Liverpool on Tuesday.
Ten Hag predominantly has focused on conducting quick-ball passing and phased build-up play since arriving at Man United from Ajax.
“No, it’s been pretty intense,” Bruno told Man United’s official website. “He likes intense training, reactions when you lose the ball. He likes everyone to run.
“He’s been really good. Everyone is enjoying [it], obviously. Everyone gets really tired at the end of the training, but that’s what we have to do.
“We have to be like that at the end of the training, but then you know the training was really good.
“As I said, we have to do the hard work because, if we do it now, then we will be fit for the beginning of the season.
“We all know the first games of the season are strange, but we want to be the ones that will be winning.
“We have to do the maximum that we can and what the coach and all the staff ask us to do.”