Lindelof embodied most of their good qualities such as their efficiency on the ball, their work-rate and their solid defending.
Unfortunately, despite his performances the centre-back is still on the loan list as Jose Mourinho attempts to revamp his United squad this summer.More news: Harry, Meghan mobbed by fans on first official visit to Ireland
"The boss thinks they should be fit and raring to go before the World Cup guys return in the next few weeks".
"England have reason to cry because they were so close to [reaching the World Cup final], but they have also have reason to be optimistic", the Manchester United manager told RT.
However, Spurs are resigned to losing the 29-year-old this summer given a clause in his contract allows him to leave for just £25m in 12 months' time.More news: Prince William's heartfelt message to England squad after World Cup dreams end
Perisic was one of the star performers as Croatia booked their place in the final for the first time in their history, scoring the first goal and setting up the other as his side ran out 2-1 winners after extra time.
Mourinho has already signed goalkeeper Lee Grant, right-back Diogo Dalot and midfielder Fred so far this summer but the United boss knows he needs to further strengthen his squad if they're to challenge for the title next season after finishing 19 points adrift of Manchester City previous year.More news: Israel Closes Crossing Point Into Gaza, Halting Imports and Exports