Victor Lindelof was pleased by Man United's performance at both ends of the field against Swansea.
"The manager has been very good for me," says the defender, despite waiting so long for his chance.
Thoughts on Wenger, Mourinho, De Gea, Ozil, Lingard and a bloody brilliant game within.
Plus more Lukaku criticism, Tottenham worries and a brilliant race for the top four...
Lindelof needs a big game, while Bilic and Unsworth are at opposite ends of the managerial scale.
Klopp, Mourinho, Pochettino, Lovren, Kane, Lindelof, Biilic, Pulis and Hughes. Busy...
Jose Mourinho says neither Victor Lindelof nor Juan Mata were to blame for defeat. Was Mourinho?
"I do not care what they are writing. I do not even know what they are writing." Go on, Vic.
Sweden boss Janne Andersson is unhappy with the amount of playing time afforded to Victor Lindelof.
"I think it was a very good debut," said the Swede after playing for Manchester United against Basel.
Fellaini, Lukaku and Rashford got the goals, but Mourinho reserved praise for two unlikely players.
Victor Lindelof has not been seen in the Premier League yet but Jose has high hopes.
We did the surprising starters, now for the, erm....odd omissions...
Man United have withdrawn their appeal against Jones' ban, meaning Lindelof should partner Smalling.
Like Ricardo Carvalho, heck, like Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Mourinho will take his time with Victor Lindelof.
"Lindelof’s one-on-one play worries me," says new Sky Sports pundit Alan Pardew. So do your glasses, Alan
Mourinho hailed new signing Matic "a genius" as the holding midfielder made his United debut.
“We didn’t defend well, I was not happy with the way we were defending, but that’s pre-season."
New signing believes Portuguese boss can develop him as a player.
"We’ve recruited well, big Rom up front is a threat, handful." What a sentence from Phil Jones.
Mourinho hints United could play three at the back more often. Lindelof will have to get used to it.
'Competition' of course implies that Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof will fight for a place. Let's see.
"Of course there are some great players here in my position," says new signing Lindelof. Bloody liar.
Victor Lindelof was pictured arriving at Manchester United's Aon Training Complex on Wednesday.
Victor Lindelof has done "absolutely nothing" but win back-to-back titles. Plus, Eric Dier worth £74.8m.
Man United have broken their silence on Lindelof, announcing that a fee for the centre-half has been agreed.
Victor Lindelof went all Arnie on us as he told Benfica "I'll be back"...
Well, sort of. The Benfica centre-back speaks without saying much at all. This way to read between the lines...
Turning down Man United in January to extend his stay at Benfica was the "easy choice" for Lindelof.
It goes from bad to worse for Arsenal; now Perez wants to leave. And two are coming in for Man United.
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