Manchester United’s center-back Victor Landelof has been a hot commodity as of late, with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer tightening his grasp on the 24-year-old footballer who is reportedly in the “radar” of Barcelona F.C. according to Lindelof’s agent. Ernesto Valverde’s team has shown interest but not as explicitly as they should, since its race against Juventus to score Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt is still unfinished.
United’s attempt to get Leicester’s Harry Maguire to make a move to Old Trafford also has an impact on Lindelof’s fate in United. However, United has informed Barcelona that they don’t really have any sure plans on selling the Swede who is still with United in their pre-season start in Australia.
In Solksjaer’s plan to “lead Manchester United into a new era”, the fate of his players in the balance. With players like Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, and David de Gea who are 50% uncertain whether or not the United manager will keep them on in the coming season.
In his efforts to warn the whole United staff on the changes he wishes to bring forward two of his prime player, Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia have already left the team, with the gain of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James. The two new additions to the team will begin training and practice at the WACA come Tuesday prior to United’s opening match against Perth Glory on Saturday.