Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, has revealed Victor Lindelof is “fine” after he was forced off with breathing difficulties during their 1-0 victory over Norwich City on Saturday.
Lindelof was seen clutching his chest before he was replaced by Eric Bailly with 16 minutes left at Carrow Road.
After the game, Rangnick confirmed that the defender has already undergone tests with the medical staff and “seems to be okay”.
The 63-year-old told Sky Sports: “He had a collision, he can’t even remember what it was. He was struggling to breathe.
“They did all the tests, he seems to be okay.”