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Manchester United is “ready to include” Victor Lindelof as the subject of a remarkable trade agreement for the World Cup champion.

Following a two-month hiatus due to an injury, Lindelof recently returned to action, contributing to United’s 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday. While he had been a reliable starter for United from September to December, his future with the squad remains uncertain with the return of Raphael Varane and Harry Maguire’s resurgence in form.


United opted to extend Lindelof’s contract until 2025 to preserve his value before his initial deal expires this summer. Manager Erik ten Hag believes in United’s ability to overcome Arsenal and Liverpool, but reports suggest he’s considering letting Lindelof go in exchange for a new center defender.


Inter Milan’s Pavard, valued at over forty million euros, is a potential target for United, with Lindelof possibly included in a trade deal. Meanwhile, fourteen-year-old Luke Littler impressed with a nine-dart finish.


Despite United’s interest in Pavard, financial concerns delayed any progress in January, leaving Ten Hag’s club to work with their current squad for the remainder of the season.

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