How Man Utd could look if Allegri replaces Solskjaer and brings familiar faces with him- transfer news today.
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Manchester United have been backed to name Massimiliano Allegri as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's successor amid their current struggles in the Premier League. Life at Old Trafford is far from rosy. The Red Devils could find themselves in the relegation zone by the end of the weekend if Liverpool thump them and other results don't go their way. Manchester United have insisted they're standing by Solskjaer. But reports in Italy claim otherwise, saying that Allegri is 'closing in' on becoming the club's latest manager. If the Italian is to touch down at United, then fans can expect a 4-3-3 formation built to attack. That was often the system he implemented at Juventus. He changed things up in his final season in Turin to try and accomodate both Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala. United's back five would likely stay the same. Nobody is ousting David De Gea anytime soon, despite there being suspicions that the Spain international may be on the wane. Aaron Wan-Bissaka was signed in the summer to be the club's right-back for the next decade so he, too, would stay in the team. Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof remain a solid partnership in the making, despite their struggles this....