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4-2-3-1: Three New Comer Ratcliffe promise fans – How United could line up after Premier League transfer strategy

As the January transfer window progresses, Manchester United is already looking ahead to the summer, anticipating Ineos Group’s ratified investment and seeking clarity on their future prospects both on and off the pitch.

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe aims to reintegrate ‘Manchester’ into Manchester United and envisions constructing a team that showcases top-notch homegrown talent.

The Ineos Group is undergoing a comprehensive strategic review of the sporting operations at Old Trafford, planning to prioritize the recruitment of players with proven Premier League experience, even if it comes at a substantial cost.

Among the potential summer targets, Michael Olise emerges as a key prospect. The 22-year-old, recognized as one of the Premier League’s most promising young talents, offers versatility that could seamlessly fit into Erik ten Hag’s squad.

Primarily a right winger, acquiring Olise might necessitate parting ways with Antony or Amad at the season’s end, with Alejandro Garnacho potentially shifting back to the left wing.

Olise’s adaptability also extends to a central role, providing valuable backup for Bruno Fernandes, although regular playing time at United remains uncertain.

Jarrad Branthwaite, another prospect drawing interest, has excelled individually at Everton. The 21-year-old, ideally suited for the left center-back role, could serve as backup for Lisandro Martinez.

Moreover, his ability to play on the right side of defense and fill in at left back adds valuable depth, especially in the event of Luke Shaw’s potential injury setbacks.

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Looking to reinforce the squad further, United is open to adding another striker in the summer. While high-profile additions may pose financial challenges, English top-flight talents like Ivan Toney, Ollie Watkins, and Dominic Solanke present appealing options.

However, the dilemma lies in providing adequate playing time for these prolific strikers, considering their desire to lead the line in the Premier League.

Balancing the squad becomes crucial, especially with the substantial investment in Rasmus Hojlund, who deserves the opportunity to fulfill his considerable potential.

Ineos’ focus on recruiting proven Premier League players aligns with the club’s aspirations, though the practical execution of such plans remains challenging.

Projected United XI with Premier League additions: Onana; Dalot, Branthwaite, Martinez, Shaw; Casemiro, Mainoo, Fernandes; Garnacho, Olise, Hojlund.

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