The Manchester United team’s response to Jadon Sancho’s statement is described by Victor Lindelof.

Following Sancho’s response to manager Erik ten Hag, Lindelof described the atmosphere in the Man United locker room.

Victor Lindelof insists that the Manchester United team maintain its composure in the wake of the public spat between manager Erik ten Hag and colleague Jadon Sancho on training intensity.

The Sweden captain claimed there is still a positive vibe at the club despite the season’s bad start as he spoke ahead of his nation’s Euro 2024 qualifier with Estonia. He described the dressing room as tight.

Just hours after Ten Hag disclosed the reason the player was left off the team that lost 3-1 to Arsenal last Sunday, Sancho turned to social media to defend his training efforts and claim he’s being used as a “scapegoat.”

recognizes that Ten Hag stands by his opinions. Now that he has discussed the issue in detail, Lindelof was eager to stress that the team has not experienced any tension as a result.

The Erik ten Hag explanation behind the Jadon Sancho problem is explained by Ryan Giggs.

“I believe… There is always and will always be a lot said about a club like United. According to Sport Bladet, he remarked, “No matter what occurs, they strive to make it as big as possible and it makes headlines. But it’s tranquil for us players,”

Of course, we played four games and had two slightly poorer outcomes, but aside from that, we don’t give it much thought. We have a terrific vibe and are a close-knit group. When you play at the greatest level, things work out like that. People who wish to like, write, and do similar things will always exist. But on my end, things have been tranquil.

In light of his non-starter status under Ten Hag, Lindelof stated in March that he will evaluate his future over the summer. The 29-year-old, who is regarded as the third-choice center back behind Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane but ahead of Harry Maguire, said that an exit was not ultimately planned.

When asked how close he came to quitting United, Lindelof responded, “It wasn’t even close. I adore the club, and my contract is still in effect [until 2024].”

The center-back left the game against Arsenal in the second half due to illness, but he started Sweden’s play against Estonia on Saturday.



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