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Thursday, 10 January 2019

VICTOR LINDELOF could be the man to lead Manchester United’s defence for the next decade.

That’s the opinion of Pilib De Brun of the Beyond the Pitch podcast.
The thinks the Sweden international has come on leaps and bounds since Jose Mourinho’s sacking from the club.
Lindelof, along with many of his United team-mates, has flourished since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrived at Old Trafford on a caretaker basis until the end of the season.
All the players look like they are now playing with freedom and are enjoying themselves now Mourinho’s shackles have been removed.
VICTOR LINDELOF
VICTOR LINDELOF 
And De Brun has been impressed with the qualities Lindelof has shown, despite mistakes earlier in the season.
On the Beyond The Pitch podcast, De Brun explained: “One of the positives over Solskjaer's reign is undoubtedly the emergence of Victor Lindelof.
“I've been saying this for a long time, I said it at the start of the season, I said you’ll see a player and part of what I liked about Lindelof is, he’s always talking, he’s always organising and he was making mistakes, but so were a lot of the other players at that time.
“A lot of individual mistakes were being made by players.
“If you looked at a lot of the goals that were conceded, they were done by individual mistakes which is a confidence issue.
“I just could see the attributes of a top player in him, and there has to be the development of course.

“But we've seen the emergence of a centre back that, if he continues to develop, really could be their centre back for the next decade.”
United boss Solskjaer has also been impressed by the centre back.
Last week, he said: “He's a cultured, European centre back. He gets on the ball, passes it really well, knows when to quicken things up.
“It is difficult to play in England and you must have time to adapt.”


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