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5 things Manchester United need to do in order to become EPL title contender this season

After having a successful transfer window this season by signing Jason Sancho, I feel Manchester United could emerge as English Premier League title contenders this season if they focus on the more important things. 

1. Manchester United should improve their home formation because it doesn't suit them well. 

From records, Manchester United had just 31 points from 19 games at home last season, which means Ole Gunner Solskjaer needs to make the formidable and unstoppable one.

2. Manchester United will need to convince Paul Pogba to stay and play with them this season. 

I think he was the only vital player that provided Manchester United what they needed on the pitch last season. 

Manchester United should do their best to stop any club from trying to sign him before the transfer window close.

3. Manchester United needs to find the right midfield balance for their central midfield.

Last season, I noticed that Scott McTominay, Paul Pogba, Fred, and Nemanja Matic were struggling to balance their defensive ability with certain decisions like misplaced passes.

Solskjaer needs to have a heart-to-heart talk with the players on how to resolve the problem they face at the center of the pitch.

4. Manchester United should use their newly signed players Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho as quickly as possible in the first team. 

Due to injuries affecting Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, and Mason Greenwood, I think Jadon Sancho's presence can add to the team in making them stronger this season.  

5. Manchester United should do their possible best to win more games against the other Big 6 clubs in the English premier league this season. 

I think they can achieve this while playing with quality players Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani, and Jadon Sancho.

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