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3-5-2 Manchester United Starting Line up That would Be Effective Once Conte Takes Over From Ole

Manchester United has been underperforming in both the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. Currently, the manager, Ole Gunnar is under pressure and his job is at risk. If he fails to win the next 5 matches the club owners might be forced to sack him and replace him with a more experienced coach.

Several candidates are available for the Manchester United job in case the Glazers decide to fire the Norwegian. Zinedine Zidane and Antonio Conte are the most likely coaches that are going to replace Ole Gunnar. The two coaches have been without a club since parting ways with Real Madrid and Inter Milan respectively.

However, Conte has an upper hand compared to Zidane. He has a lot of experience in the Premier League where he managed to win the title with Chelsea before the club sacked him. Conte is well known for using different formations depending on the opponent they are facing.

In case he is appointed as the next Manchester United manager he is likely going to use a 3-5-2 formation. This formation will allow him to use Alex Tells and Diego Dalot in the wings. These two players are going in delivering crosses to the opponent's box.

Nemanja Matic will serve as the only defensive midfielder while Paul Pogba will play alongside Bruno Fernandes in the central midfielder. These three players are capable of driving the entire team forward and will be very useful in United's midfield under Conte.

The back three will comprise Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire as the captain, and Raphael Varane. The three stars will form a strong backline and ensure the de gea is well protected from opponents.

The Portuguese captain, Cristiano Ronald, and Mason Greenwood will serve as the main strikers. The two will be responsible for scoring more goals for the club.

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