Manchester United complete Lindelof signing

Now, according to a report covered by Daily Mail, Tottenham are plotting a move to sign the 27-year-old defender from the Old Trafford club in the summer transfer window.The Swedish global looks likely to be first-choice for the Portuguese manager, who forked out a hefty £30.7 million fee to secure the defender’s services.When asked about the fee, Lindelof told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet: “I don’t think about that”.”We talked on the phone”.”It just means you’ve done something good and that the club really wanted me”.Premier League champions Chelsea won the title with two games to spare last term but manager Antonio Conte is seemingly keen to add greater depth to his squad ahead of a return to the Champions League.However, the same article states that Monaco don’t want to sell the France worldwide this summer despite a number of clubs being interested in the defender. “That feels great”, Victor Lindelof said. “It’s not important to me”, Lindelof continued.”He’s a great coach and for me to be able to work with him is a great opportunity”.”I’m proud and happy to have been given this chance, but I need a few days so that everything calms down”. Mourinho has set his sights on signing Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata to bolster his strike force for the new season.One of those names was the club’s first signing of this window, Victor Lindelof.According to, United and Real are close to agreeing a fee for the transfer of the Spain global. He is due to be married to fiancee Alice Campello in Venice on 17 June, meaning the 24-year-old will complete his United medical next week.