Victor Lindelof was removed during the second 50% of Manchester United’s Boxing Day game at Leicester because of injury.
The Swede has been battling with a persistent back issue that initially started alarming him longer than a year prior, however has been dealing with the agony for a large part of the period and began in everything except one of United’s 14 Premier League coordinates this term.
Lindelof stumbled off with around a fourth of the match staying at the King Power Stadium.
Talking about the issue recently, Lindelof stated: “I’ve been battling a smidgen with my back over the most recent few months yet I’m continually attempting to put forth a valiant effort to help the group on the pitch and, generally, I believe it’s been okay,” Lindelof disclosed to United Review before the success over Leeds, in which he scored.
“I need to help this group win prizes – that is the reason I play football. On the off chance that the group needs me, I will give a valiant effort to be there and attempt to perform at the most elevated level. Regardless of whether I have some torment, I actually need to go out there and put forth a valiant effort.
“I’ve been having a ton of agony I actually have issues with it. I’m in consistently attempting to figure it out however the timetable is extremely, close so I’m simply attempting to monitor it. It’s been troublesome, especially after games, however I’m attempting to be as savvy as conceivable with it when I’m playing, when I’m doing my recuperation and having treatment.”