Manchester United have reportedly ruled out any exit for Swedish centre-back Victor Lindelof this transfer window.
The Red Devils are flying high at the moment, they sit third in the Premier League and have come on leaps and bounds from this time last year.
A big reason for their good run is their newly formed defensive partnership of Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez. It is a huge improvement on the old duo of Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof, who has now resigned to the bench.
But despite their lack of involvement in the first squad Erik ten Hag is still reluctant to move them on. He has expressed his desire to keep Maguire at the club on several occasions and now is doing the exact same with Lindelof.
Inter Milan was reportedly eyeing him up to replace Skrinar but United is in no hurry to sell the Swedish international.
Manchester United have decided not to accept any loan or permanent deal bid for Victor Lindelof. He’s staying, ten Hag counts on him. 🚨⛔️ #MUFC
Inter approached United for Lindelof in the last few days — Atlético Madrid has also asked for him weeks ago. pic.twitter.com/7Jy4HamKCn
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 29, 2023