Manchester United has struggled to win matches this season, especially when playing against some of the league's smaller teams, due to the coach's formation, which appears to be challenging and yields no better results. If the club needs to win its games in order to compete effectively this season, the management and coach should put together the best roster possible to secure victory. This is the greatest formation United can adopt this season to become unstoppable:
David De Gea, the goalkeeper, should be given the greatest priority because he has been playing well so far this season, earning him the chance to start in a lot of United matches. Henderson, who played in a handful of games for United last summer, should be the number two goalkeeper.
Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, Wan Bissaka, and Luke Shaw are among the best defenders in the world. When United is competing in other trophies, some of the defenders, such as Erick Baily, Dalot, and Alex Telles, should be used as tactical substitutes.
The midfield, which is an important part of every squad, must be solidified and concentrated, thus the manager must carefully pick individuals. The best four players in the midfield, led by Paul Pogba, Scott Mctominay, Fred, Matic, and Bruno Fernandez, should be retained to ensure the squad presents a magnificent encounter. United's top objective should be Scott Mctominay, Paul Pogba, and Bruno, because they normally play well together. When a key player is injured, Fred, Matic, and Van der Beek should be used as tactical substitutes.
Rashford, who has returned to training after an injury, should play as the left winger, Jadon Sancho as the right winger, and Cristiano Ronaldo as the number nine striker. As tactical substitutes, Martial, Lingard, and Cavani should come off the bench.
The 4-3-3 formation is always the best for Manchester United.
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