Manchester United: How Solskjaer could lineup next season

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Attacking midfielder: Jack Grealish

With Aston Villa soon-to-be relegated, of course, Grealish will leave. He is far too good to be playing in the second tier of English football and I would go as far as saying he’s worthy of Champions League football. If Manchester United can provide this, then Grealish wouldn’t look out of place.

Jack Grealish may set the Red Devils back in finance, but if they can remove some of their deadwood, including Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba, then they would surely raise enough funds. Grealish would walk straight into the XI and begin creating chances for the two players ahead of him.

Striker: Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford was the best United player before his injury, as he scored 14 goals and provided four assists across all competitions for. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is clearly a big fan of the 22-year-old, so I have no doubt in my mind that, providing he is fit, Rashford will start for the Red Devils.

Striker: Jadon Sancho

Now, this is the luxury player that Manchester United would love to sign. Jadon Sancho is thought to be the most sought-after player in the summer transfer window, but United will be confident they can sign him. According to ESPN, Chelsea believe that Sancho will sign at Old Trafford this summer, so rival fans are already fearing the worst, and so they should be.

Of course, if United fail to sign Sancho, then it’s by no means the end of the world. Solskjaer has both Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood that he can call upon in this position if need be.

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How would you like to see Manchester United lineup next season?