Manchester United were not ready to spend money in the January transfer window, and as a result, they ended up bringing in players who may not fit the new manager's style next season.
With this in mind, it is expected that Manchester United will undergo a major summer reshuffle, with the new coach able to sign players who he believes will help him get off to a good start in his new role.
Aside from new signings, the new coach could examine Manchester United's squad and give everyone an equal opportunity to explain why they should be at Old Trafford.
Facundo Pellistri is one such player who deserves a chance at Manchester United. Manchester United's 2020 signee from Penarol who is on loan at Derpotivo Alaves
Given the uncertainty surrounding Greenwood's situation, Manchester United may look to sign another right winger in the coming window.
Yes, Sancho has the ability to run the show on the right wing, as he did at Dortmund, but the concern is that he has yet to demonstrate his abilities in a Manchester United shirt, so even if they do not sign a new winger, they will need a perfect back-up for him. As a result, after seeing Pellistri dominate Uruguay's right wing against Venezuela in a World Cup qualifier match that Uruguay won 4-1 this week, he could be the man to back up Sancho.
Pellistri was outstanding against Venezuela; he had an assist and was also the one who earned the penalty for Uruguay's fourth goal, and he exuded confidence in his ability to take on fullbacks. Manchester required his creativity in that game.
Despite the fact that Pellistri is having a difficult season with La Liga club Alaves, who are fighting to avoid relegation, the fact that Uruguay, a country with so much talent, trusts him with game time indicates that there is talent there, and who knows, he could be the new blood in Manchester United's 22/23 season.
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