“The Premier League is very quick, the physicality in the Premier League as well, this [the international game] is more of a thinking defender’s game.
“With this team [Sweden] it seems like he’s the main man, he’s taking on that responsibility, he’s warmed to that and I just think that suits him. When he plays in a yellow shirt for Sweden, he seems a different player to when he plays for Manchester United.
“I just feel there are question marks over his partnership with [Harry] Maguire. Maguire has come in for big money, he’s going to play, does Lindelof compliment him enough for them to be a top, top team? I question that.”
Lindelof starred in Sweden’s Euro 2020 opener against Spain on Monday – being awarded the Man of the Match award for an impressive defensive performance as he helped his side keep a clean sheet in the 0-0 draw.