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Victor Lindelof's Wife Says Players Are Seen As 'Losers' If They Don't Buy Box At Old Trafford

Victor Lindelof's Wife Says Players Are Seen As 'Losers' If They Don't Buy Box At Old Trafford

She labelled the prices as "disgusting".

Victor Lindelof's wife once labelled the prices of a VIP box at Old Trafford as "disgusting" before claiming a player is considered a "loser" if they don't buy one.

Swedish blogger and marketing expert Maja Nilsson Lindelof has visited the Theatre of Dreams on numerous occasions since her husband joined the club from Benfica for £30.7 million in the summer of 2017.

And in the early days of Lindelof's stay in Manchester, 28-year-old Maja gave a fascinating insight into the pressure players are supposedly under to buy or rent boxes at Old Trafford.

If you want to splash the cash on a box at Old Trafford, the prices range from between £24,000 and £81,600 a season to hire, according to the Daily Star.

And while appearing on Swedish podcast Livet Pa Laktaren, Maja did not hold back while giving her assessment of the "disgusting" amount you have to pay to buy one.

"The situation has changed for us since moving to Manchester," she said.

"Here the players have the option to rent a box and I’m not even going to tell you for how much but a disgusting amount of money. And if you don’t buy one you’re considered to be a loser.

"But having a box is wonderful because you have your own waiter."

Back in May, one lucky fan and a guest spent the night in a luxury suite overlooking the famous Old Trafford pitch ahead of United's Premier League clash against Chelsea.

The once-in-a-life timetime experience was a competition branded branded the 'Suite of Dreams' by Marriott Bonvoy, who partnered with Manchester United to give fans a chance to win the extraordinary prize.

The lucky winners woke up on match day [May 15th] from the comfort of a suite transformed into a guest room by Marriott.

Image credit: Marriott Bonvoy
Image credit: Marriott Bonvoy

And the experience included watching the team train, a behind the scenes tour of the stadium, the chance to mix and mingle with club legends, as well as matchday tickets and hospitality.

It was the first-ever overnight stay at Manchester United's stadium.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram - majanilssonlindelof/victorlindelof

Topics: Manchester United, Victor Lindelof