Since the opening of the summer transfer window, a change has been noticed at Man United. Several players have announced their exit from the club such as Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani and Nemanja Matic.
Also, Manchester United have completed their first signing as Tyrell Malacia has been announced as a new player for the Red Devils from Feyenoord for £15m. Christian Eriksen has also agreed to join the club as a free agent and he's set to sign a three-year contract in the coming days.
Other players who are being monitored by Man United in a possible move are Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona and Lisandro Martinez from Ajax.
Following these possible effective changes, let's now see how Man United could line up next season in a 4-4-2 formation;
David de Gea could wear the gloves and start in the goal post as a first team goalkeeper following Dean Henderson's loan move to Nottingham Forest. His performance could also possibly guarantee him this role for Man United.
There could be a slight change in Man United's defence due to signings and departures. Aaron Ramsdale could start on the right back, new Tyrell Malacia on the left back and at the center back, we could have Raphael Varane pairing with target Lisandro Martinez.
Frenkie de Jong could start as a single defending midfielder if he lands at Old Trafford. His midfield partners could possibly be Donny van de Beek with Christian Eriksen at the central midfield and Bruno Fernandes at the attacking midfield.
At the attack, we could have a duo of Marcus Rashford as a left striker and Jadon Sancho as a right striker.
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