Check out “Lindelof expresses a desire to remain.” Victor Lindelof, a defender for Manchester United, disclosed that his contract’s extension option has not yet been used.

The Sweden international’s current contract ends this summer, and there have been rumors that United will extend an offer to him.

Though Lindelof has since refuted the report, he has acknowledged that he hopes to remain at the team into 2024.

“I have a deadline for my option year,” he declared. “I’m not exactly sure when. However, I think there’s a good chance it will activate.”

“Absolutely [I want to continue at United],” he continued. I’m having a great time myself.

I will be joining the club for a seventh year. The family and I are both feeling well. I love to represent this club, which I truly like.” “We’ll find out.”

Lindelof expresses a desire to remain
Lindelof expresses a desire to remain

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Would Manchester United benefit from having Sir Jim Ratcliffe?

Following the announcement of the most recent ownership of Old Trafford, former Premier League star Danny Murphy and journalist Darren Lewis discussed this topic.

The British billionaire is currently in the lead in the acquisition contest for the Red Devils after the other potential buyer, Sheikh Jassim pulled out of the race after being unable to reach an agreement with the Glazer family.

If Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s attempt to purchase a minority share in Manchester United is successful, talkSPORT has learned that he intends to name a new sporting director.

Paul Mitchell is one of the options being evaluated after leaving Monaco. Paul Mitchell has played the role at Southampton and Tottenham in the past.

Ratcliffe’s plan would grant him complete authority over football affairs at United even though he would only be buying a 25% stake.

Would Manchester United benefit from having Sir Jim Ratcliffe?
Would Manchester United benefit from having Sir Jim Ratcliffe?

Ibe is going back to football

Jordon Ibe, a former winger for Liverpool, describes himself as “fortunate and appreciative” for the opportunity to play for Ebbsfleet United.

Former Premier League hero who scored in Europa League with Liverpool has plummeted to non-league football to revive his career.

Ibe, who joined Bournemouth for a club-record £15million seven years ago, may make his National League debut tonight in an FA Cup replay with Slough at 27.

“I feel like the time out was to humble myself and get my mentality right,” said Ibe, who joined Liverpool at 16 expecting he would thrive.

So long since I’ve donned club apparel, I told my wife on the way to the game on Saturday that I feel like a kid again coming to football.

I’ve done that in the Premier League, but it’s refreshing. I appreciate my unique second chance. “This could have never happened and I’d be waiting for another club.”

“I miss playing, especially watching games and thinking ‘I could have done this’. Being myself back on the training pitch is fantastic.

“Watching people practise made me miss football and desire to play, but I had to be patient and get mentally and physically fit in the gym to get up to speed. Have waited long enough and feel ready.”

Ibe is going back to football  - Liverpool FC - This Is Anfield
Ibe is going back to football – Liverpool FC – This Is Anfield