Jose Mourinho seriously considering letting Victor Lindelof leave Manchester United: report

by Marwan Harraz

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly seriously considering letting Victor Lindelof leave Old Trafford this summer.

The Swede only arrived last summer but hasn’t settle completely just yet which may be one of the factors the Portuguese manager is considering.

Lindelof looked shaky from the get go as he featured in United’s pre-season fixtures and Mourinho quickly decided to bed him in instead of throw him in the deep-end.

The decision worked as the defender has looked more and more confident as time goes on but it could be that it’s not enough for his manager.

The former Benfica man has suddenly seen his future thrown up into the air and must be concerned over his spot in the first team.

According to Old Trafford Faithful, Team Talk report that Jose is seriously considering letting Lindelof leave just a year after arriving with Wolves said to be interested in signing him whether permanently or on loan.

The Red Devils have an abundance of players in the centre-back spot with Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Eric Bailly and Phil Jones all capable of featuring there.

Daley Blind has also proven to be a decent option and the return of Axel Tuanzebe from his loan spell could also spell trouble for Victor Lindelof.

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