Manchester United is one of the top European clubs that has been on the search for a striker in the transfer market. Wout Weghorst is the new striker signed by Manchester United in the 2023 January winger transfer.
Wout Weghorst who is set to join Manchester United on loan from Burnley will act as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo who recently left the club.
Wout Weghorst joining Manchester United will increase their number of attackers. The Red Devil's could play with Casemiro as the central defensive midfielder, Christian Eriksen and Bruno Fernandes as attacking midfielders, Marcus Rashford and Antony as wingers then place Anthony Martial as the centre forward.
The second option could be replacing Marcus Rashford with Wout Weghorst in the centre forward.
The Red Devil's can also play with Marcus Rashford and Wout Weghorst as centre forwards, Garnacho and Jadon Sancho as wingers then play Christian Eriksen and Bruno Fernandes as central midfielders.
Here are the 3 ways in which Manchester United could line up with Wout Weghorst.
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