Manchester United enjoyed a very successful transfer window after signing quality players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane, and Tom Heaton. Despite signing all these players, the Red Devils are still having a hard time winning games.
Manchester United has lost three matches and drew one in five games, winning only the Champions League group stage game against Spanish Laliga team Villarreal.
However, sacking him is a good move for the club, but in case he stays beyond this season, here is the reason why Manchester United may still win the Premier League this season.
The main reason why Manchester United may still win the premier league despite their slow start is because of their squad depth. The return of Marcus Rashford will give the team the cutting edge they need to win games. Although the likes of Ronaldo, Greenwood, and Sancho are in the front, but the return of Marcus Rashford will spark Manchester United's counter-attacking style of play, which is a big problem for the opponents.
Aside from the return of Marcus Rashford, the Manchester United squad may pick up their form after the international break, and when that happens, the club could become unbeaten and unstoppable because of their squad depth.
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