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3 Problems Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Needs To Tackle To Save His Job At Manchester United

Manchester United, under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, finished the previous season without a trophy. Never mind: there were plenty of things to be thankful for. Failure to pick one up this season, on the other hand, will not be viewed in the same light.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford signals a renewed focus on winning trophies. Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho have already signed, and Jesse Lingard and Edinson Cavani have returned to the fold, giving Ole’s side a wealth of quality. There are no justifications.

At Old Trafford, even two or three terrible performances in a sequence spells disaster. United can’t afford any more blunders in their quest for silverware, and the United management may not allow Ole many more off-days before focusing on another manager.

Here are the three problems he needs to solve.

1. The Midfield Need To Be Fixed:

In midfield, United has an issue. There isn’t a natural single-pivot midfielder; Nemanja Matic is past his prime, Pogba isn’t committed enough in a midfield partnership, and both Bruno Fernandes and Van de Beek are better going forward. As a result, in a 4-2-3-1 formation, Fred and Scott McTominay are the finest all-around options.

In major games, the Fred/McTominay axis is crucial, but the duo can’t be expected to play every game this season. United requires additional options, and if a 4-3-3 isn’t working, creative solutions may be required. Pogba could be accommodated as a double-pivot midfielder in a Southgate-style 3-4-3, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the Walker role and Diogo Dalot at wing-back.

2. He Should Rotate His Team Wisely:

Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken about Manchester United’s starting line-up for their match against Everton. That’s not a good omen, and Ole might reconsider resting players for a league game in the future.

However, if he’s found a line-up that works, it might be worth staying with it and bringing in the other superstars from the bench on a regular basis. With five substitutes allowed in the Champions League, there’s plenty of room for stars to rest.

3. Get The Best Out Of Jadon Sancho:

Jadon Sancho has struggled to adjust to life in Manchester. He’s still adjusting to life in the Premier League, but his manager must demonstrate that he’s still capable of accomplishing what he did so well in the first place: nurturing young, exciting talent into world-class players.

Sancho has been played on the left with limited success, but considering United’s lack of creativity on the right when Wan-Bissaka and Greenwood play there, Sancho may suit the squad better there.

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