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Man Utd’s Dream Lineup for Next Season with a Couple of Surprising Additions

Manchester United are looking to the future, with manager Ten Hag aiming to bring in two marquee signings ahead of the 2022/23 season.


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Man Utd’s Dream Lineup for Next Season with a Couple of Surprising Additions

Manchester United, who signed Dutch internaional Wout Weghorst on loan earlier this month to strengthen their forward line, have identified Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur and Victor Osimhen of Napoli as potential candidates to lead the charge.

According to the Manchester Evening News last weekend, United are keeping an eye on Kane’s expiring contract at the end of next season.

The England national yearns for his talismanic goals that could ignite a United side desperate for goals up front.

Apart from wanting to sign a striker in the summer transfer window, Ten Hag also envisions bringing down the average age of their midfield options with reports from last month indicating United would not rule out another move for Barcelona ace Frenkie de Jong.

De Jong and Kane coming together in one relendless wave of summer activity will necessitate significant funds but Ten Hag knows he must stock up to spur on his team taking strides forward.

With all these said, NaijNaira forecasts what next season’s strongest United starting lineup might entail with both De Jong and Kane realistically joining them.

 Thus, a potential starting line-up could see De Gea in goal; Dalot, Varane, Martinez and Shaw in defence; Casemiro, De Jong and Fernandes in midfield; Antony on the left wing and Rashford on the right with Kane leading up front.

This formation would offer great control and quality goalscoring potential for United next season.

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