Lindegaard on new season

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard believes that Manchester United can challenge for the title next season.


He feels that Jose Mourinho knows his best team and that he will be looking to strengthen over the summer.

CARRAGHER PICKS DE GEA AHEAD OF COURTOIS

Retired Liverpool skipper, Jamie Carragher says he would go for Spanish no. 1 David De Gea if given the opportunity to sign a goalie for the Reds.


Reacting to Liverpool’s abject collapse against Bournemouth on Sunday – from being 3-1 up to losing 4-3 within the final fifteen minutes – the former skipper feels although his beloved team’s problems are multi-faceted, current keeper Lloris Karius shares a huge junk of the blame.

LINDEGAARD: UNITED IS DIFFERENT

Former Manchester United player Anders Lindegaard condemned the signing of former Juventus player Paul Pogba, saying that the club was now run differently.

Pogba signed a five-year deal after his world record move from the Turin-based side to Old Trafford for £89 million. The 23-year old left United four years back when he couldn’t agree with the management over playing time and wages.

Future of Lindegaard is up in the air

Anders Lindegaard joined West Bromwich Albion on August of 2015 on a free deal but the Danish shot-stopper has failed to make an impact with the Premier League club as he has had to settle with a place on the sidelines.

Boaz Myhill and Ben Forster are the main goal-keepers of West Bromwich Albion and Anders Lindegaard just can’t seem to get playing time ahead of those players.