Despite the fact that Ralf Rangnick has been named as Manchester United manager till the conclusion of the current season on a six-month contract, the German tactician is not likely to remain in charge of the club beyond that period.
Roberto Mancini has a great deal of managerial expertise. It goes without saying that his accomplishments with Manchester City and the Italian National Team speak for themselves.
As a result, SportsBlitz.ng believes that an Italian tactician would be an excellent choice for the Red Devils.
According to SportsBlitz.ng, this piece looks at how the Red Devils could line up if Mancini is appointed as head coach next summer.
If Mancini decides to join the club next summer, he will almost certainly bring some new players with him. As a result, SportsBlitz.ng believes that the Italian strategist may choose to bring three of his Italian talents, such as Bonnuci, Barella, and Spinazzola, to the tournament.
If these three Italians travel to Old Trafford, it would make sense for Mancini to field a 3-4-3 formation against them.
Because of David De Gea's recent strong performances and his extensive experience, the Spaniard goalkeeper may be maintained in the starting lineup.
Bonnuci, Harry Maguire, and Raphael Varane might form a central defense trident alongside one another.
Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United is in jeopardy, and midfielder Barella might step in to fill the void.
Bruno Fernandes, Alessandro Spinazzola, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all candidates to complete the midfield lineup.
As for the attacking positions, Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to retain his starting position at No. 9 with Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford providing support on either flank.
Below is an example of a possible lineup, as illustrated by the diagram:
Despite the fact that Mancini is an excellent candidate, his move to Manchester United may prove to be tricky due to his previous association with Manchester City.
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