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The defender who could be leaving Man Utd to join AC Milan in Serie A

He does not have much involvement at Old Trafford and his future may lie in Italy.

By Angus Barnes

One of them could leave.
One of them could leave.
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Many things will change at Manchester United once the current season ends. The disappointing results they have obtained in all competitions and the poor performances of the team justify big changes, and that is exactly what the fans have been waiting for since the arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

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The main objective will be to sign top players to help the Red Devils compete with the best teams in England, such as Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal. But to achieve this it will first be necessary to get rid of players who are currently in the squad and have not lived up to expectations over the last few months.

One of the sectors of the field in which they have had the most problems this season is the defense. There the most important player is Lisandro Martinez, who has barely been able to play lately due to three consecutive serious injuries. That is why Erik Ten Hag has had to look for solutions by replacing him with Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Victor Lindelöf. Of these three, the latter has had the least opportunities and is therefore likely to leave at the end of the season.

According to, the Swedish defender was targeted by one of the most important teams in Europe: AC Milan. The Italian side need a top-level signing in that sector of the pitch and they are interested in Lindelöf, who has the versatility to play, if necessary, as a right-back, centre-back or left-back, a virtue appreciated by all coaches.

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What will happen to him?

Victor Lindelöf is under contract with Manchester United until June 30, 2025. However, the few opportunities he has had lately may motivate him to look for a way out this summer. And at the same time, this could be good news for the club, who need to reduce the wage bill to sign top players and comply with financial fair-play rules.

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