At least four players will be signed by Manchester United in the coming summer transfer window according to reports. Jurrien Timber, Frenkie de Jong, Kalvin Phillips and Darwin Nunez are currently topping the list of possible arrivals and are heavily linked to join Man United. Erik Ten Hag will have around £200m to make signings.
Erik Ten Hag will be in charge of Manchester United as this season ends and therefore, let's see how he can line up his team with 4 new signings;
As Dean Henderson is almost closing to seal a move to Newcastle United, David de Gea could be left to dominate the goal post and with his performance, there's no doubt he will remain first choice goalkeeper under Ten Hag.
Several changes could be made here. Diogo Dalot and Alex Telles could possibly be dropped for Jurrien Timber and Luke Shaw respectively. Meanwhile, a center back partnership could still be Harry Maguire featuring Raphael Varane.
The 4-3-3 formation requires only one defending midfielder and this could be Kalvin Phillips replacing Scott McTominay and Fred. The central midfield could pair Frenkie de Jong and Bruno Fernandes.
Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo could retain their positions up front. A possible back up will Darwin Nunez on the left wing.
The expected line up and formation looks like the one below;
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