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Opinion: How United May Line-up Vs Atletico Madrid After Ronaldo Returned To Training Sessions.

Manchester United are looking forward to having another game in this weekend against Atletico Madrid as summer friendly at a well established Old Trafford Stadium. Erik ten Hag team picked an important series of victories against Liverpool, Melbourne Victory, Crystal Palace and a draw against Aston Villa.

However Manchester United have missed the services of the 37 year-old Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo. After their striker failed to show up for pre-season training sessions at the Carrington training complex.

As well as United tour to Thailand and Australia but he has then made a return to Old Trafford this week for talks after his desire to exit the club this summer. Despite having one-year left in his current contract of £360k weekly salary.

He failed to participate in Manchester United against Wrexham in a behind-closed-doors friendly at United's training ground in this week. As he watched his team-mates pick an important 4-1 scoreline victory. A look into how Erik ten Hag may Ronaldo in next match against Atletico Madrid if his really now back to training with other set of players.

In between the sticks David de Gea may start to try keep a clean sheet and a last line of defence could include the likes of Tyrell Malacia. As well as Varane, Victor and Wan-Bissaka and this is a huge boost to Erik ten Hag to have a squad depth to try 4-3-3 formation.

With Eriksen, Scott and Bruno could start in the midfield with a well playing Rashford, Ronaldo and Sancho may be in attacking positions to score goals for the red devils. On the other hand a 52-year-old manager may decide a different formation with the three defenders at the back in 3-4-3 set-up.

So is David de Gea as their goalkeeper and Lisandro Martinez in the last line of defence. With Maguire and Varane to complete a well experienced defensive side. And with a midfield may have a new signing of Eriksen, Scott, Bruno and Sancho.

An attacking side of Rashford, Cristiano Ronaldo and Martial to try and score important goals for Manchester United. This may see Cristiano face a club he has been linked with this summer as per Sunsport report. The Laliga giants are still pondering on getting his signature.

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