Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof: 'I'm learning from Jose Mourinho'

  • Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof: 'I'm learning from Jose Mourinho'

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof: 'I'm learning from Jose Mourinho'

The midfielder, who has hit 37 goals in 78 games for the Turkish club, has an £18.4m option to buy Talisca but it is thought that he sees his future away from Turkish football.

Premier League is the ultimate money-making machine in this global sport and English clubs have once again been seen flexing their financial muscles across Europe - bringing in players of top quality from outside England to make them superstars by giving them the platform with an unrivalled viewership.

Manchester United officially revealed their signings in quick succession with the former expected to be more a regular than the latter.

Defender Victor Lindelof says that he is continuing to develop as a player, despite a mixed opening campaign at Manchester United. Pires continued. "But I think he's a good player if he wants to join Arsenal, I think it would be good news". So I just hope he does get time.

United have already signed a defensive midfielder in Fred to prepare for the apparently imminent departure of Fellaini.

Jose Mourinho is keen to keep hold of the Belgian, but with interest from AC Milan and Arsenal, as well as from Turkey and China, the 30-year-old is yet to make a decision.

Even Arsenal, who held talks with the would-be free agent, have reportedly hit the brakes on his signing because of his wage demands - he seems hell-bent on earning what he thinks he's due.

Lindelof eventually began to adjust at Old Trafford and started to command a more regular first-team spot under Mourinho towards the end of the season.