Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could switch to his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation for the 2019/20 season, it has been suggested.
The Norwegian tactician mostly had the Red Devils in a 4-3-3 line up for much of his time in charge last season, but we may see some slight tactical tweaks for the new campaign.
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According to GQ, Solskjaer and his coaches have been doing some tactical work in pre-season as the former Molde boss puts together the kind of team he wants to see at Old Trafford.
The report explains that Solskjaer wants a more fluid system and that a 4-2-3-1 is his preferred way of starting out, with Paul Pogba likely to have a key role with attacking freedom.
GQ also explain how the 46-year-old wants more of a relationship between his midfielders and full-backs, which makes sense as something MUFC could improve on.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka should prove a useful signing in that respect, with some early signs in pre-season so far of Pogba linking up well with the summer signing from Crystal Palace.