Judging by the recent happenings and his body language, Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be keen on leaving Manchester United.
Despite him being a major part of the team, the Red Devils could still do well without him as they've got a wide array of stars at their disposal.
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In this article, we take a look at how the club could line up without the Portuguese star. Check it out below:
Erik Ten Hag could deploy the 4-3-3 formation with David De Gea starting in the goal.
Lisandro Martinez should be deployed in the hearts of the defence alongside Raphael Varane while Malacia and Luke Shaw stay on the flanks.
Eriksen should be deployed as a lone pivot with Donny Van De Beek and Bruno Fernandes helping him out in the middle of the park.
Anthony Martial has been very impressive in preseason, as such, he could lead the attack from the No.9 spot with Sancho and Rashford staying on the flanks.
Here's an illustration of the possible lineup below:
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