Manchester United Coach Ralf Rangnick has now provided a new update on Victor Lindelof’s injury against Norwich on Sunday, MySportDab reports.
Rangnick has confirmed that Lindelof is okay after his breathing problem in the Manchester United win at Norwich.
The Swedish defender came off in the 74th minute for Eric Bailly and could barely breath.
He was seen visibly clutching his chest but it was unclear what the issue was.
Manchester United United players were concerned for Lindelof as he sat down before he walked off the pitch to be examined by the club doctor.
The United medical staffs ran some tests on Lindelof in the dressing room.
Now, Rangnick has provided a new update on the defender.
“He can’t even remember how it happened by himself,” Rangnick said.
“I think he collided with another player and he had issues breathing for more than 10 minutes.
“His heart-rate got very high normal and he was shocked, he didn’t know or understand what to do. So, we had to replace him.
“After the game, we ran some tests by the doctor, and now everything is fine. We will still check on him again tomorrow.
“Hopefully, he can play the match against Brentford.”
In the Norwich match, Goalkeeper De Gea made two saves from Teemu Pukki and Ozan Kabak to help Manchester United get all three points.
Manchester United have been saved by De Gea and Ronaldo so many times so far this season.