Victor Lindelof reveals the mood of Manchester United’s dressing room following Jadon Sancho’s statement
The Sweden captain is currently with his national team as his team won a Euro 2024 qualifier game against Estonia by a 5-0 margin.
As per foreign outlet Sport Bladet (h/t Manchester Evening News), Lindelof said before the game:
Due to illness, the manager substituted the 29-year-old defender Lindelof in United’s 3-1 loss away at Arsenal, and the team conceded 2 late goals in the game after the substitution.
The Ten Hag-Sancho spat took place when Ten Hag stated Sancho was dropped due to his apparent poor performance in training.
The English forward retaliated to his manager’s comment by posting a message on the social media platform, X. The 23-year-old claimed he was used as “a scapegoat for a long time”.
The Dutch manager has included Sancho in the Champions League squad, although his future at United remains unclear. He has, so far, failed to start a single game for us this season.
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Lindelof’s words about calmness and unity within the team will come as a sign of encouragement for the fans. They are hoping that the team can regain focus as United are currently in 11th position in the Premier League.