Manchester United set to land winger 'within weeks'

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Manchester United on Wednesday completed the signing of Swedish global centre-back Victor Lindelof from Benfica for a fee believed to be £31 million (35m euros, $39.6m), the English Premier League side announced.

Lindelof has 12 caps and a goal for Sweden, and played 47 matches as Benfica won the Portuguese Primera Liga and advanced to the UEFA Champions League's Round of 16.

United have also been heavily linked with a move for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, with the Spain global facing fierce competition for places at the La Liga and Champions League double winners. "He also talked about how he looks at me and why he wants me at the club", Lindelof told Aftonbladet, as quoted by the Independent.

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Jose Mourinho's wishlist of four players has been much talked about, and it seems that now he's landed Victor Lindelof, and is getting closer and closer to Alvaro Morata, he wants to add a winger to the mix as well.

The clubs are in contact, and Sportsmail understands the United manager wants the 28-year-old in his squad for next month's U.S. tour.

"He told me about the club and everything around it". I'm very, very happy to be here at this great club so I couldn't be happier. I've spoken to him.

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"I think it is very hard [to change his mind], Calderon said to BBC Sport ".

"I think every move means you have to adapt to a new environment but I feel comfortable in myself".

"I don't see him playing in China or the Middle East".

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