The international break is almost over and Premier league action is set to return this weekend. Manchester united are yet to face any tough opponent this season and their coming fixtures after the international break will see them face the likes of Liverpool, Manchester city, Tottenham and Chelsea all at once. The red devils will be expected to travel down to the King Power stadium to face Leicester city in their next English premier league game.
Be it as it may, Leicester city coach, Brenden Rodgers have decided to leave Kelechi Iheanacho on the bench after the striker badged in goals for the foxes last season. His Incredible form won the Premier league player of the month award last season.
The lineup seen below shows how Ole could possibly be arranging his players as they face Leicester. Cristiano Ronaldo will be starting in that central farward position. The truth of the matter is that this Manchester united squad is yet to find their rhythm and once they do, Manchester united will be a team to beat in the Premier league this season.
Mason Greenwood have cultivated the habit of not releasing those final passes that would make Ronaldo or any other player score. Instead, he prefers to go all by himself. He will be expected to link up with Jadon Sancho and Bruno Fernandes in that attack.
In the midfield, Pogba and McTominay will be expected to combine perfectly. Although Pogba will be playing more as a central midfielder than as the defensive midfielder. Luke Shaw and Diogo Dalot will be expected to start in that full back position while Wan-Bissaka will join Raphael Varane and Harry Maguire in the heart of Manchester united's defence.
This lineup is a carbon copy of Tuchel's formation and if it eventually becomes successful for Manchester united against Leicester, it might help them navigate through their series of rough fixtures ahead.
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