Among the Premier League managers that are having a difficult time selecting the strongest starting teams this season is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Everton. It is an excellent group, and every player deserves to be named to the starting lineup for this club.
The sole position in which improvements can be made during the January transfer window is that of the defensive midfielder (see below). The current group of players, including Fred, Scott McTominay, and Matic, are not always reliable. However, the latter is capable of performing admirably in this position; his only flaw is that he loses the ball frequently, which could be detrimental to the team's performance.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appears to have discovered his dream back four with the acquisition of Raphael Varane from Real Madrid. He has helped United's defense, which has not surrendered a goal from a set-piece this season thanks to the World Cup winner.
David De Gea will also retain his status as the first-choice goalkeeper for the rest of the season. The Spaniard has been outstanding this season, and it seems likely that he will bench Dean for the remainder of the season.
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