Victor Lindelof is reportedly a target for Manchester United
Manchester United have been linked with a summer move for Victor Lindelof along with his Benfica team-mate Nelson Semedo.
Portuguese newspaper O Jogo claimed this week a deal for both players was close after club president Luis Filipe Vieira travelled to the UK for transfer talks.
The pair will reportedly cost United a combined £83million and could be Jose Mourinho's first signings of the summer window.
However, speaking to Swedish newspaper VLT, Lindelof refused to be drawn out about a move to Old Trafford and insisted he is happy in Portugal.
Victor Lindelof has admitted he is happy at Benfica
"It's the same rumours as always, all the time," Lindelof told VLT.
"I will say the same thing I always do, I have a contract with Benfica.
"I have played there for five years and really enjoy myself. I'm still young and I feel I am developing all the time. Football there gives me a lot.
"So the answer will always be that I get on very well in Benfica and that's where my focus is."
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Speaking in March about leaving Benfica, Lindelof said much the same thing, claiming: "Much has been written but it’s nothing I have focused on.
"I have always focused on what was important to me and that’s the team. They [rumours] make no difference to me.
“As I’ve said I’ve been thriving at Benfica and that’s where the focus has been. A lot has been written and I’ve said nothing, I’ve been focused."
He made 47 appearances in all competitions for Benfica last season and is under contract with the Portuguese side until June 2021.