Speculation has suggested that the Danish goalkeeper will look to secure a summer switch after finding his route to the Red Devils' first team blocked by David de Gea.
Lindegaard is concerned that a lack of regular footballer will cost him his place in the Denmark squad.
Fulham and West Ham United are said to hold an interest in the 28-year-old, who has spent the last two-and-a-half years at Old Trafford.
His representative is reluctant to discuss a possible move with the transfer window closed, but concedes that talks are held on a regular basis with United officials.
"We have a good dialogue with Manchester United regarding all subjects," Michael Stensgaard told Sporten.dk.
"Right now, Anders if fully focused on the exciting end of the season that Manchester United are involved in.
"We cannot predict the future and a lot can happen in football. We are discussing all of our thoughts with Manchester United."