Manchester United is currently one of the strongest teams in the English premier league.
With their new signings, that is Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho the Red devils have become one of the unstoppable teams across London.
Below is the lineup that Manchester united coach Ole Gunnar could use to destroy and silence Chelsea football club this season both home and away.
David De Gea has been having an outstanding performance this season and should start at goalpost against Chelsea.
Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane should start as the center backs. Aaron Wan Bissaka should start as the right wing back while Luke Shaw should start as the left wing back.
Manchester United should play with two central midfielders and one attacking midfielder. This means that Paul Pogba and MC Scott Tominay should start as the central midfielders as Bruno Fernandes play as the attacking midfielder.
Cristiano Ronaldo should play as the main striker while Mason Greenwood or Jadon Sancho should start on the right wing and Rashford on the left wing.
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