The team will be significantly improved if Mauricio Pochettino takes over at Manchester United and makes two signings.


The team will be significantly improved if Mauricio Pochettino takes over at Manchester United and makes two signings.

Manchester United are interested in hiring Mauricio Pochettino to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on a permanent basis.

Mauricio Pochettino has been identified as Manchester United’s top target to succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford.

The Argentine is currently employed by Paris Saint-Germain, but he could be promoted at the end of the season.

So Express Sport will look at how the Red Devils might line up if they sign the 49-year-old along with Kieran Trippier and Jude Bellingham.

This season, United has struggled on defense.

But David De Gea has returned to his best form, and the Spain international has been a bright spot in an otherwise difficult season.

While the veteran hasn’t been able to keep the club from falling behind their rivals, it’s not because of him.

In fact, United’s situation could be even worse without De Gea.

Even with Dean Henderson waiting in the wings, it’s difficult to see Pochettino demoting the club’s No 1.

Instead, other players in the same situation have made mistakes.

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If Pochettino arrives at Old Trafford, United might be able to sign Kieran Trippier before the end of the season.

Atletico Madrid’s star is eager to return to the Premier League after a successful spell with Tottenham.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka would most likely be relegated to the bench if that happened.

Given their experience, Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane should form the centre-back pairing, with Pochettino favoring Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld for that same trait during his time at Spurs.

Even though Luke Shaw’s form has dipped, their previous partnership at Southampton could benefit him at the expense of Alex Telles.


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Under Solskjaer, midfielder Donny van de Beek barely got a look in, starting just four Premier League games during his time at the club.

However, Pochettino’s previous comments suggest he’ll be given a chance, with the Argentine saying in 2019: “I like very much.”

Jude Bellingham would be an excellent choice to accompany him.

United’s management regrets missing out on the teen while he was at Birmingham, but the.

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