Manchester United were not in the best of form before the international break, as their early season momentum has gradually gone down, they won only one of their last four games.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping to find solutions to the team's deepen in-form, as they return back from the international break.
The Manchester United boss might need to make some changes, so that the team can come out with good results in the difficult matches ahead.
In this article, we will be looking at the changes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer need to make after the international break.
1. Start Jadon Sancho More Often
Jadon Sancho has not really blend into the Manchester United team, since he joined the club in the last transfer window.
The young winger needed some time to adapt to the league and the new environment, but he is beginning to show glimpse of why United spent a huge sum of money in the transfer window to bring him to the club.
Sancho make great impact in United's last game against Everton, when he was brought in from the bench to replace Anthony Martial early on, in the second half.
The young winger continued his good form on international duty with the English national team.
Solskjaer should look to bring in Sancho into the team, which would help increase the creativity of the team after the international break.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is guilty of not being proactive in games, as it takes took long for him to read games, identify what the team needs on the pitch, before making substitution.
Most times, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's 70 minutes substitutions are too late to change the game for Manchester United.
But recently, against Everton in Manchester United last game before the break, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a double change in the 57 minutes to bring in Sancho and Ronaldo, despite Manchester United leading at that time with a 1–0 scoreline.
The red devils boss, showed his proactivity in that game, knowing that Manchester United needed to score more goals in the game.
This could be a major change from the manager, as the fans could see more proactive moves by their coach after the international break.
3. Paul Pogba Return To A Deeper Role
With Marcus Rashford closing on a return to full fitness for the club, Paul Pogba who has played more on the left area of the pitch this season, could be returned to a deeper central Midfield role.
Although, Pogba has flourish in a more attacking role for Manchester United, but in other to accommodate Rashford back to the team, Pogba could return to a central Midfield role, partnering either Mctominay, Fred or Matic.
Which among these changes, do you think will produce the best results for the club after the international break?
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