English giants Manchester United is one team that has a lot of promising youngsters.
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Apart from a few they have bought, the Red Devils have a host of other promising stars from its academy.
In this article, SportsBlitz.ng takes a look at how Man United's starting XI could look like if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides to play with only youngsters. Check it out below:
In this article, we'll be experimenting with the 3-4-3 formation.
In this article, Dean Henderson should be the man in goal. The young goalie is already part of the first team and he's touted by many as David De Gea's successor.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka should be occupying a spot at the backline.
Another youngster who will be occupying a spot is Teden Mengi. He made his senior debut for the club in the UEFA Europa League in August 2020.
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The 19-year-old defender was also recently called up to train with the senior England squad.
Another Manchester United youth player Alvaro Fernandez should occupy the last spot at the back.
In the midfield, the duo of Donny Van De Beek and Scott McTominay should be occupying the central positions while Diogo Dalot and Jadon Sancho play from the flanks.
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These players are already established members of the first team, as such, they shouldn't be having a problem fitting in.
Manchester United also boasts of young attackers in the first team. As such, the trio of Mason Greenwood, Amad Diallo, and Marcus Rashford should be occupying the various positions upfront.
See an illustration below:
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Manchester United boasting of a lot of young players is an indication that the club has a very bright future.
With the right motivation, patience, and training, these youngsters should be making headlines for the club in the future.
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