Before the EPL transfer deadline, Man United could target two left backs to replace Shaw.

In order to replace the regular starter, Luke Shaw, Erik ten Hag’s team had to use Diogo Dalot as a left-back at Old Trafford on Saturday. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

Against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, Diogo Dalot was outstanding and added something extra to the assault anytime he moved forward.

Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, and Bruno Fernandes, Erik ten Hag’s midfield trio, scored a few goals as Manchester United defeated Steve Cooper’s team 3-2.

Before Willy Boly headed in a second goal for Nottingham Forest from a corner, in-form Taiwo Awoniyi opened the scoring for Nottingham at Old Trafford in the opening two minutes.

Erik ten Hag replaced Raphael Varane at halftime after Christian Eriksen’s conversion of Marcus Rashford’s cross made the score 2-1.

Manchester United defeated Nottingham Forest in the Premier League match at Old Trafford, despite Nottingham Forest having the majority of possession. Casemiro’s close-range goal made the score 2-2 before Bruno Fernandes added Man United’s third goal from the penalty spot.

However, due to the injuries to Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia, Manchester United must find a replacement left-back and cannot rely on Diogo Dalot to fill that position.

Now that we have all of that in mind, let’s briefly review the article’s major takeaway. The two left backs Man United may be interested in before the Premier League’s summer transfer deadline are ranked in order of power below.

Marcos Alonso 2.

Manchester United is keeping a close eye on the former Chelsea star.

Even if Xavi seems to dislike the Spaniard at Camp Nou, the Red Devils could sign the 31-year-old to replace Shaw before the summer transfer window closes.

Marc Cucurella 1

Marc Cucurella, a former Brighton fullback and Spain international, has been discussed with Chelsea by Manchester United over a possible loan arrangement.…… Continue Your Reading

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