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Solskjaer’s stunning new-look Man Utd XI for 2019/20 with four new signings, including £200m duo to replace Sanchez & Lukaku

Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund)

A new wide-player must be high on United’s agenda for next season, and the Independent have claimed they’re lining up an £80m move for Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Jadon Sancho.

The England international seems ideal for the Red Devils’ style of play under Solskjaer, who has got the team playing a quick and direct attack-minded game.

It remains to be seen if Dortmund would let Sancho go so soon, but he makes sense as an ideal replacement for flop signing Alexis Sanchez, who has been linked with Juventus by Calciomercato.

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Jadon Sancho is a transfer target for Manchester United

Paulo Dybala (Juventus)

And finally, there is growing talk over a potential United move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala this summer.

The Argentina international has recently been linked with the club by the Sun, suggesting he could arrive for around £120m and replace Romelu Lukaku.

It’s fair to say the Belgium international has been a bit of a disappointment at Old Trafford, and with Rashford excelling up front under Solskjaer, it makes sense for Sancho and Dybala to come in as support for him in a front three.

Manchester United XI for next season in full:

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Here’s how we envisage United lining up if they land their top targets, with Solskjaer likely to stick with this 4-3-3 formation and get Sancho and Dybala as close to Rashford as possible.

In midfield, Rabiot should allow Paul Pogba and Fred more freedom to bomb forward, with both players, even Fred in recent games, showing signs of real improvement under Solskjaer.

The defence looks mostly the same, but with Manolas a far more solid-looking partner for Victor Lindelof, and exciting youngster Diogo Dalot becoming first choice over ageing stalwart Antonio Valencia.

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