Defender Victor Lindelof of Manchester United is eager to team up with fellow Scandinavian and summer signing Rasmus Hojlund.
The 20-year-old, who came from Atalanta earlier this month, is yet to make his Reds debut due to a minor injury that has prevented him from playing with the first squad.
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“It’s been great,” responded the United defender, when asked how he feels about having the Dane at the club.
“Ever since he signed, obviously he hasn’t been able to train with us yet, but, hopefully, he can score goals for us and help us win games.
“He’s a very nice guy, I mean since he’s been settling in very well, you know he speaks Spanish, French and English as well,” said Victor.
“So it’s easy for him to communicate with everyone and that also makes it easier for him.
“He’s not afraid to speak up and that’s always a good thing. Like I’ve said before, you should be able to demand things from your team-mates and yeah he’s been doing that.”
Entering into his seventh season as a Red, after arriving from Benfica back in 2017, Victor also explained how his aims for success have also remained the same throughout.
“Obviously, coming here, I had a goal to be important for the team and to play a lot of games and try to be successful at this club,” he added.
“Going into my seventh season now, I still have the same goal and the same objectives.
“I want to be successful and compete for trophies. That’s the thing I want.”