After Manchester United suffered their first defeat of pre-season against Atletico Madrid on Saturday, the red devils are expected to make some changes on their starting eleven against Rayo vallecano where we could see Lisandro Martinez making his debut and Cristiano Ronaldo back in the squard .
The 37-year-old who has been out of action since the start of pre-season and his excepted to be in the starting eleven that is to face Rayo Vallecano this Sunday evening.He still wishes to leave the club, though, albeit Erik ten Hag says the forward still features in his plans.
Where as with new signing Lisandro Martinez set for his debut. Ten Hag said none of the players who started the loss to Atletico will play United’s final pre-season friendly meaning Raphael Varane will likely partner the newest arrival in central defence.
Ten Hag is expected to revert to a 4-1-2-3 formation with Christian Eriksen partnering Donny van de Beek as attacking midfielder.
Here's the Predicted XI:Heaton, Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Martinez, Shaw; Garner; Van de Beek, Eriksen; Garnacho, Ronaldo, Amad.
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