Last updated on September 28, 2019
Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has said he’s not bothered about the criticism from his former manager Jose Mourinho at the wake of his side’s 2-0 defeat to West Ham United.
Mourinho, who signed Lindelof from Portuguese side Benfica throughout his tenure as coach by 2016 to 2018, stated the Swedish global was”great” in certain facets of this match but might be”bullied” by forward because of weakness in aerial duels.
“For me, it’s never been an issue, I am a really simple man,” Lindelof told Sky Sports. “… when I perform great somebody is criticising me for something. It is part of this job, everybody is entitled to their opinion.
“I am only trying to do my thing and that I do not concentrate on these matters. I didn’t notice, or know about it until you told me. That is the way I live my life and concentrate on my matters.”
“If you’re searching for Manchester United (evaluation ) is a portion of it. If you don’t do you hear about it, then it is quite ordinary,” explained Lindelof, who joined United in 2017.
“I could see my future here that’s why I signed a new contract – I am very pleased about that. We’ve got a fantastic thing going and that I want to win the huge decorations on this club, which was my goal since I signed.”