After sporadic claims in the summer, Manchester United were again dragged into the mix for Bruno Fernandes on January 9th. The Portugal international joined the Red Devils in January for a fee that could rise to £67m. Bruno Fernandes admits the modern transfer market is 'crazy' following his move to Manchester United in the January transfer window. United want to pay around £32million for the midfielder, but Sporting holding out for £70m - although reports claim they could be swayed by an offer of around £53m. Bruno Fernandes could hold the key to Manchester United's next signing. Bruno Fernandes’ transfer to Manchester United is being investigated by FIFA after his former club Sampdoria lodged a complaint claiming they are owed money from a sell-on clause. Bruno Fernandes Fernandes joined Manchester United for an initial fee of £47million in January - but Sporting's president claims his asking price would be much lower if the transfer happened now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was considering fast-tracking Hannibal Mejbri before Bruno Fernandes joined Manchester United in the January transfer window, according to reports. Fernandes has reportedly already agreed personal terms and a contract worth around £100,000 per week, but a transfer fee has not yet been decided between the two clubs. It followed a lengthy pursuit that had started the summer before, but Sporting Lisbon did not want to negotiate.