Ralf Rangnick’s proposed formation change could benefit three Manchester United stars.
Manchester United could try out different formations this season, according to RALF RANGNICK.
Ralf Rangnick, the interim manager of Manchester United, has stated that he would be open to using a back-three formation during his time in charge, despite the club’s current poor performance.
This could provide more opportunities for three Red Devils players who are currently not among the first names on the team sheet.
Rangnick was sent back to the drawing board after a humiliating defeat at home to Wolves last time out, with fans and players baffled as to how they could have put on such a poor performance.
When asked about the options available to him, the German recently stated that he could make a formation change.
“I believe our team has those two options.
We need to have the majority of our centre-backs available to play with a back three,” he explained.
“I believe we can play in a back three; this is an option for us,” he said. “However, as I previously stated, it also depends on the players available, their current shape and form, and, to some extent, the team we are playing against.”
If Rangnick decides to try something new in the coming weeks, Express Sport looks at three players who could benefit:
Tanguy Ndombele, a Tottenham flop, storms down the tunnel after the crowd’s reaction to his substitution.
Rangnick started the Brazilian for the first three Premier League games of his tenure before giving way to Luke Shaw, a more traditional left-back.
However, in a back-three formation, a conventional left-back is not required; instead, a left-wing-back who is more comfortable and productive when flying forward is required.
Fans adore Telles’ wicked left foot and superb delivery.
The 29-year-old scored 11 league goals in his last full season with Porto, numbers he could aim for if Rangnick deploys him in a more attacking role.
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Dalot started the first three league games under United’s new management in exactly the same way that Telles did.
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