Who Solskjaer retains, and who should get rid of Man Utd?



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Three defeats in four and connections with numerous new players It led to suggestions that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to swing the ax in the direction of his squad. Which Manchester United players should go and who should stay?

Goalkeepers

David De GeaReal Madrid rumors are circulating again and the goalkeeper of Spain has the advantage, since he will be entering the last year of his contract. Pay the man, Ed – KEEP IT

Sergio Romero – One of the most reliable back-ups you can expect from a number 1 in Argentina – KEEP

Lee Grant – Carry the suitcases of the kit, just as anyone could – KEEP

Defenders

Victor Lindelof – Regardless of Solskjaer signing another center-back, the Swede will start next season – KEEP

Eric Bailly – Fun glow to watch, which is not of great quality in the center-back. Not progressed in three years – DITCH

Phil Jones "Pulls funny faces, does not it?" If you look beyond the blistering, when you're in shape, Jones is an advantage. It's the "keep fit", that's the problem – KEEP IT

Chris Smalling "His reputation has suffered because of Gareth Southgate's strange assertion that he is useless on the ball. But he can defend and remain one of United's two best defenders – KEEP

Red Marcos – Your United career is like your gift: a while ago – DITCH

Diogo Dalot – The 20-year-old played all flank right and left. Next season, the right side slot should be yours – KEEP IT

Ashley Young – The former England international signed for another year and the captain will be useful to have around but not as regular holder – KEEP

Luke Shaw – United's undisputed first-choice left back. Finally – KEEP IT

Antonio Valencia – I already left – DITCH

Matteo Darmian – The defender of Italy is useful to keep in case of emergencies, but Darmian understandably believes there is something better out there – DITCH

Midfielders

Paul Pogba – At the end of his third season, signing the record is still to show that he may be the leader that United need, and although he continues to have his head turned to any of the teams of Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid or Juventus are sniffing at any particular time, that consistency is unlikely to appear suddenly. With two years of contract, it is unlikely to become a minor problem. If Zinedine Zidane really wants it and Real will pay … – DITCH

Ander Herrera – You can not blame Basque for considering his options as he approaches the free agency and his 30th birthday, but if he expects United to pay him £ 200,000 a week… – DITCH

Andreas Pereira – The Brazilian international will be 24 on the first day of 2020, but we still do not know if he can cut it at United. The fact is what he suggests maybe not, but he has another year to prove that the pessimists are wrong – KEEP

Fred – The £ 52 million signing would not be the first South American to fight during his first year in the Premier League and there were fleeting glimpses of what he could offer – KEEP

Nemanja Matic – The Serbian star is often one of the first scapegoats and the last to receive praise, but Matic has competition within the club as well as any potential recruits. Scott McTominay and James Garner can learn a lot from the 30-year-old – KEEP

Scott McTominay – The Scottish international is no longer a child and he has to build his first goal on Tuesday night to prove he can do more than Mourinho fetch and carry – KEEP

Attackers

Alexis Sanchez "Was not that good?" If they can find someone to get the Chilean out of their hands … – DITCH

Juan kills – Lovely Juan can choose his club next season. United expect it to be them, but not at this price – KEEP IT

Romelu LukakuSolskjaer supposedly wants Jadon Sancho to form a fearsome front three with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, who would leave the Belgian out in the cold, or on the bench. The attacker can not stand it for long, so it's up to him to prove his worth – KEEP

Marcus Rashford – Give the England forward a new contract and build the team around him – KEEP

Anthony Martial – Solskjaer's arrival persuaded the French to sign a new contract, now he has to make some consistency. But the manager can not do it alone. Martial could be brilliant, but it's up to him – KEEP IT

Jesse Lingard "The man with the most to lose from the possible arrival of Sancho." Lingard, who will turn 27 by the end of this year, was one-third of Solskjaer's top three, but from the right, his regular long-term seat seems far less secure – KEEP

By loan
Timothy Fosu-Mensah – The right-holder had two chances to prove he could handle the Premier League, but the loan periods at the Palace and Fulham were little encouragement to his prospects at United – DITCH

Axel Tuanzebe – The loss has put the defender's hopes of impressing on loan at Villa this year after an encouraging start. Another loan is likely – KEEP IT

Joel Pereira – How can we know if Jose was right and Pereira is "the best Portuguese goalkeeper of the next generation" if he does not play? Another loan is inevitable – KEEP IT

Dean Henderson – The Sheffield United loan has been a big hit at Bramall Lane. Leave it there if the Blades win promotion – KEEP IT


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