‘I want to play every game’ – Manchester United star sends warning to Erik ten Hag

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Manchester United star Victor Lindelof has warned he would consider leaving the club in the summer as he wants to play every game.

The 28-year-old signed for Manchester United in 2017 from Benfica for around £30m plus add-ons.

Lindelof has only started five times in the Premier League this season. It is likely that he will leave Manchester United this summer so the Red Devils do not lose him on a free when his contract expires in 2024.

“Of course like every player, you want to play every game and obviously I haven’t done that this season,” Lindelof said (via 90min). “But like I always say when I come here [international duty], it’s a pleasure to be here and I’m always happy to represent my country.

“I’m really looking forward to the games that we have and I spoke to Janne [Sweden’s manager] before to say I was really looking forward to coming here and to perform, and to be on the pitch with the guys again.

“Like I said, I want to play, that’s why I play football, I want to play games, but I haven’t thought about that [transfer away], right now I’m just focusing on the national team and then of course, the rest of the season with the club. Then in the summer we’ll re-evaluate and see what is best.”