Victor Lindelof discusses Manchester United’s “major problem” as he gives Raphael Varane his verdict.


Victor Lindelof discusses Manchester United’s “major problem” as he gives Raphael Varane his verdict.

As a result of Raphael Varane’s move to Manchester United, Victor Lindelof has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford.

Victor Lindelof, a Manchester United defender, has stated that the competition created by Raphael Varane’s summer signing excites him. The addition of the former Real Madrid player has put the Swede’s place in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team in jeopardy.

At the start of the summer, Solskjaer made buying a new centre-back a key priority, and he got his man in Varane. The 28-year-old was signed for £35 million from Real Madrid.

Varane has been signed to partner Harry Maguire after Lindelof struggled at times last season.

The 27-year-old had a good start to the season, as he provided an excellent ball to Bruno Fernandes, who completed his hat-trick in the 5-1 thrashing of Leeds United on the first day of the new Premier League season.

Varane, on the other hand, came in for him in the 1-0 win against Wolves last weekend and is now a foregone conclusion that he will hold his spot in the lineup.

Lindelof is ecstatic to battle for the opportunity to play with the Frenchman.

“It’s fantastic; I play for one of the world’s most prestigious clubs, and they have some of the best players in the world. We’ll be in a competitive scenario, and I only see it as a positive that we have a fantastic player in the squad,” he told FotbollDirekt in Sweden.

The former Benfica star said that he has had a back ailment for the past 12 months, which he calls a “major difficulty.”

He further added to the pressure on United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by declaring that the club’s goal this season is to win the Premier League.

Varane, Jadon Sancho, and iconic forward Cristiano Ronaldo, who has returned to Old Trafford for a second time, have cost United almost £120 million this summer.

“I’ve played a lot the last two years, and last year I had a lot of back problems and had to play with pain,” Lindelof stated.

“My back feels good right now, so there should be no problems, but I don’t think I’ll play 50 or 60 games.”

“Of sure, you can sense it; it’s evident that there’s a positive vibe about the club, and everyone is looking forward to him joining the team. It will be entertaining and informative.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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