Manchester United had a quiet January transfer window in terms of new signings. The red devils however released a number of players on loan. These include Anthony Martial who joined Sevilla,Amad Diallo who joined Rangers and Donny Van de Beek who joined Everton.
It is remembered that the red devils started the season with a heavily bloated squad with each position having more than one player. With these outgoings, many are wondering how Manchester United will line up in their coming fixtures.
The uncertainty over Rangnick's potential formation has been added by suspension of Mason Greenwood amid ongoing police investigation. Let's look at how the red devils can line up in their coming matches. David Degea is expected to retain his position in yhe the post.
Manchester United's backline will consist of Diogo Dalot, Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof and Alex Telles. Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes and Scott Mc Tominay forms Rangnick's midfield. In the attack, Manchester United will then have Marcus Rashford, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho.
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