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Victor Lindelöf signs for Manchester United for £31 million

Victor Lindelöf. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT

Published: 15.Jun.2017 06:52 hrs

Swedish international centre-back Victor Lindelöf from Benfica has signed for Manchester United for a fee believed to be £31 million ($39.6 million).

“I'm thrilled to be joining Manchester United,” said the 22-year-old after penning a four-year deal.

“I have enjoyed my time at Benfica enormously and I have learned a lot there. But I'm looking forward to playing in the Premier League at Old Trafford and for José Mourinho.”

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