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How Manchester United could lineup with dream XI if Solskjaer gets his four desired signings

According to the Guardian, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on signing four top-class players this summer. We’ve had a look at how Manchester United could line up if they all arrive.

Man United are in dire need of reinforcements this summer – there can be no denying that. A second-place finish in the Premier League has helped paper over the cracks, but Villarreal exposed them for the world to see.

If Man United are to mount a legitimate challenge for the title next term, with Liverpool and Chelsea also likely to come back stronger, they’re going to have to make a serious investment into the squad this summer.

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As per the Guardian, Solskjaer already has an idea of four players he’d like to add to his squad: Pau Torres (Villarreal), Declan Rice (West Ham United, Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) and Harry Kane (Tottenham).

While it may seem implausible for Man United to sign all four, we’ve taken a look at the dream starting XI that Solskjaer would be left with if they were able to. Forget English champions, this side could be European champions…

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20 Comments

  1. M auwal says:

    What a great lineup but, remove mr10 and grealish in.

  2. Mallo mapis bala says:

    I like this formation

  3. Kc nicmario says:

    Another bad day for us with inexperience coach what can we say but forge ahead ,in that line up I have issue in the front lines removing Kane in place of haaland and also Marcos in the place grealish and coming down in the defense left between Nuno and Shaw then we can expect something, yeah

  4. Scott says:

    Let me get this right, your dream 11 has Torres and not Varane and Henderson in goal over De Gea? Then let’s not for get your writing off the 40 million spent last year on a right winger to spend another 80 on Sancho and while I think Sancho is great it just makes last year worthless and you would have 3 guys at right wing all under 25 and that means selling one( we’ve seen how good United have been doing that lately). Now that Cavani just signed an extension and know you want to get Kane from Spurs for at least 150? At least when one is injured you’d have the other ready. The only player I agree with is Rice otherwise you are just lost.

  5. lununcle says:

    a very bad day for Man U….finishing 2nd in 2 competitions is not good enough. A club like us should win something every year. Ole is too inexperienced especially when it comes down to cup final. We need someone with winner’s temperament to lead us back to the good old days. We did well in the shootout and i do not blame deGea for not converting the spot kick. Apart from the inexperienced manager that we have in Ole, the board of directors should know by now that our squad needs strengthening. The names as mentioned in the above are good potential recruits but i m not sure they will join us in the summer though

  6. ADOLE j Elijah says:

    Bad day for man utd, a great disappointment to win AC millan and lose against Villarreal in final. To me I want utd to sign Ndidi or rice, Pau tores Halaand and either coman or Sancho together with grealish and give ole this season to win one trophy if he failed then we get zidane or fleck in to coach man u

  7. Dr Adewunmi Mokuolu says:

    I think ole has done well. The issue of inexperience for ole is not an issue here, instead the club needs quality players at least 4 as ole has stated. Give give ole, give us the fans and I’m sure ole will make united great.

    1. 45321JWM says:

      YES

  8. blueeyedblonde says:

    what about the hero McTominay?

  9. Iordye says:

    Cavani just signed for another year, it makes no sense spending 150 on Kane who is very close to 30 yrs, wait for a young Halaand next season. Signing Jadon sancho is long overdue, Rice is a decent buy but too much hype on him because he is British i would rather sign Ndidi for more than half his money. I agree on Pau Torres.
    Note: marcus Rashford shouldn’t be a guaranteed starter anymore,that is where Jack Grealish comes in, so in a nutshell sign:
    Sancho, Grealish, Ndidi and Pau

    1. Mike Andres says:

      I agreed with you but we should also get Kane because he is still sharp and n Cavani is already old. Neves also can do instead of Rice, he is valued at 35 million.

    2. Supabee says:

      Very good, and I support you.

  10. willimas says:

    Its well with Man United. Get Ndidi, Grealish, Pau and Adama. Sancho may flop. De Dea should be excused. Man United ought to have at least two solid teams as Man city has three. Today we dont even have one solid team.

  11. Noemi says:

    Cavani just signed for another year, it makes no sense spending 150 on Kane who is very close to 30 yrs, wait for a young Halaand next season. Signing Jadon sancho is long overdue, Rice is a decent buy but too much hype on him because he is British i would rather sign Ndidi for more than half his money. I agree on Pau Torres.

  12. Chika says:

    The best signing we should do is to get Grealish to help us boost the midfield to play alongside with Bruno, scot, and pobga, also get haaland or kane, to boost the attacking line with rashford , greenwood will coming from the bench to replace pobga to add more goal,

  13. Nathan says:

    For me I go with Sancho,grealish,rice,tores
    With this we are good to go.

  14. Muhammad Musa says:

    This xl is good but no need rashy grelish is right there rashy come from the becb

  15. BlueeyedBlonde says:

    Is Grealish really a “team player” that will fit in with the rest of the current ManU players and their “all for the team” attitude? Does he show the genuine Muskateer spirit – one for all, all for one?

  16. Conqueror says:

    Degea out
    We need oblaq

  17. ugochukwi says:

    remove pogba and put verratti

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