Wednesday, 13th August, 2014
Anders Lindegaard's agent has revealed he is looking for a move away from Manchester United for this client, with the goalkeeper looking to play more first team football.
Lindegaard is stuck behind David de Gea in the Manchester United pecking order and appears to have little prospect of forcing his way past the Spain international.
And at 30 years old, Lindegaard wants to clock up regular minutes on the pitch, the player's agent Michael Stensgaard has admitted.
That means Stensgaard is looking for options for his client, however if none are forthcoming, the Dane will stay and fight at Old Trafford for the duration of his contract.
"Anders has reached the age where he has to play a little more. Therefore, we will go out and explore the prospects for a little more playing time", the agent told broadcaster TV2.
"The prospects are not good at United, where it is difficult with De Gea in front of him.
"So now Anders looks around for a little playing time somewhere else", Stensgaard continued.
"There is nothing concrete in the works and we are open for the most part. If it does not work, Anders will stay and continue to fight the best way he has learned.
"And he will do anything to get the playing time that might come his way. Then naturally he will stay until his contract ends."
Lindegaard joined Manchester United in 2010, switching to the club from Norwegian outfit Aalesund.