Star Returns – Man Utd’s Strongest Possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Swansea

Manchester United comprehensively defeated West Ham United 4-0 in their opening Premier League game of the season.

Next up, the Red Devils will collide against Swansea City and should be considered favorites to earn all three points away from home.

As far as the team news is concerned, Mourinho may make only one change in the starting XI that featured vs the Hammers last weekend.

Expect Spanish international Ander Herrera to return to the starting XI in place of compatriot Juan Mata.

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The former Athletic Bilbao star should partner summer signing Nemanja Matic in the center of the park for the Old Trafford club. In such a scenario, we can expect record signing Paul Pogba to move into the No. 10 position behind the main center forward.

The likes of Mkhitaryan, Rashford and Lukaku will probably retain their places in the attacking third. Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Swansea.

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    eromosene 2 years

    I think manutd should lineup like dis
    Dàvid de Gea in goal

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    Murphy 2 years

    I really fear for Herrera now a days. 3 5 2 would do if Mourinho want to play Herrera. Matta is in form …Miki too is doing great
    Matic is just fantastic. But the problem is Mou just love Fellani wether he performs or not. Untill Fellani leaves Mourinho would have tough time in his Selections. Sometimes football isn’t all about the win but also giving a player chance to exhibit his skills. Herrera deserves a playing time

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    Habib Usman 2 years

    No no no..
    Mkhitaryan must keep his place, Only Martial should come in for Rashford

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    XL 2 years

    De Gea isn’t the best goal keeper we have to be on the strongest player list. WE ARE SIMPLY BEING UNFAIR TO THE MEEK SERGIO ROMERO.

    De Gea is not a team player like Romero. Never coordinates with diffence like Romero. He hits the ball into the wind for everyone, including the opponent to get. Check those statistics.

    He’s not PROACTIVE like Romero. He’s a hit it: I I dive, sort of keeper and so, he lets in more “Han Romero, who aids diffence by sweeping off any counter loose ball before its even hit.

    In this regards, a lessor need to dive like Due Tea n letting in, fewer goals. MOURINHO, PLEASE NOTE THIS. BLESS!