Manchester United football club have been struggling to score many goals in their recent matches and they could sign some new attackers this January transfer window so that their attack can improve. But how will they lineup the attack after January transfers? Here are 3 ways Ralf Rangnick could setup Manchester United’s attack after January transfers.
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The coach could continue to use the 4:2:2:2 formation to arrange the attack of the team after the January transfer window. The club has been linked with a move for Christopher Nkunku and he could be the one to play as the left attacking midfielder for the team of he is signed.
Jadon Sancho could retain his place as the right attacking midfielder for the team. Andre Silva could play as one of the strikers for the team if he is signed from RB Leipzig football club this January transfer window. He could be partnered by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 4:2:2:2 formation has not been very effective for the team in terms of goals, so Ralf Rangnick could change the formation after January transfers and he could start deploying the 4:2:3:1 formation in the team. This might help the team to score more goals.
Bruno Fernandes could be the one to play as the central attacking midfielder if this formation is used. Jadon Sancho could be the one to play as the right midfielder for the team while Paulo Dybala could play as the left midfielder if he is signed from Juventus football club.
The 4:3:3 formation is one formation that has not been seen in Manchester United football club for some time now, but Ralf Rangnick could bring it back and use it to setup Manchester United’s attack due to the kind of attackers the club might sign this January transfer window.
Bruno Fernandes could play as one of the attacking midfielders and he could be partnered by Paul Pogba if he is fit, Cristiano Ronaldo could play as the left winger for the team while Jadon Sancho could play as the right winger. Harry Kane could be the one to play as the striker if he is signed from Tottenham Hotspurs football club this January.