Victor Lindelof has weighed in on the arguments about his three Manchester United teammates Jadon Sancho, Mason Greenwood and Antony. Man United boss Erik ten Hag dropped Sancho from his travelling squad to Arsenal last weekend due to poor training form but the former Dortmund forward took to Twitter to debunk what the Dutchman said and went on to claim he’s been a ‘scapegoat’ at United for a long time. Ten Hag and Sancho fuss has generated loads of ideas, with several reports claiming that some of Sancho’s team-mates aren’t pleased with his training habits while some fans think the former Ajax manager shouldn’t have go public on what should have been dealt with behind cameras. When asked about stories surrounding Sancho, Lindelof said: “Sancho? Many things are written about United and it will always be like that. We are a united group. I don’t think about it”. Mason Greenwood has restarted his football career after he sealed a season-long loan deal with Getafe, nearly two years without football due to domestic violence and attempt on rape charges made by him by his girlfriend Harriet Robson. Getafe took Mason Greenwood’s availability as a bargain in the transfer market. There was also an idea that if the loan spell was successful, Getafe could become a good place for Manchester United’s young players to develop. #MUFC [Guillermo Rai] pic.twitter.com/vWDv9IcGtL — Miracle Nwoke (@MiracleNwoke94) September 7, 2023 Greenwood’s move to Spain has sparked loads of reactions in England, with one part claiming that the England international doesn’t deserve to play football again and should be behind bars. Antony is facing the same issue in Brazil after his ex-girlfriend and two other women filed reports against the Manchester United forward. The Brazil national team dropped him from their squad and United are facing similar decision they had with Greenwood but are yet to decide whether or not to drop their last summer signing from the team. On their situations, Lindelof added: “Greenwood and Antony? I don’t have much to say about that. The club released a statement and I refer to that.” Due to lack of enough playing time at Manchester United, it was relatively understandable that Lindelof would be linked with several clubs this summer. However, despite the speculation, the former Benfica centre-back revealed that he was never close to leaving the Red Devils. “I love Manchester Utd and I still have a contract. So I can say that my exit this summer wasn’t close at all,” said the Sweden captain.