3 January signings who could guarantee Manchester United a Top 4 Finish in the Premier League
Manchester United look reborn under Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer. Under the Norwegian, the Red Devils have scored 16 in five matches conceding just 3. Exciting end to end football has returned to Old Trafford. Rashford, Lukaku, Martial are all back among the goals with the Pogba rolling back the years, and has brought back the old Pogba. Four goals and three assists in his last four appearances, Pogba is in red-hot form right now.
Players have come out themselves and spoke about how their confidence has been raised their confidence. Everyone on the field looks more like a team with everyone knows what to do, where to be and how to reply and how to keep the fans at the edge of their seats.
It is said that his impressive results have warranted him a war chest to bring in players he wants to have a real go for the Champions League spots.#1
#1 Kalidou Koulibaly
The Napoli destroyer would solve all of United's defensive issues. Strong in the air, cleaver on the ball, the Senegalese centre-back is one of the most sought-after defenders in the world right now.
Manchester United miss a player to progress the ball from the defence to one of the forwards or even the midfield. Baring Pogba, no one is really good at moving the ball forward without punting it long. Herrera, Matic and Fred all lack the passing range or pace and panache to do this work.
Koulibaly will be that man who is tailormade for this role. His presence would plug the gaps in the defence that has seen them concede them fo many goals in the early part of the season. The Napoli man would enable United to play with a higher defensive line and facilitate more intricate play with the players in the final third playing more close together.
Koulibaly could form a lethal partnership with Bailly at the heart of the defence and form a solid foundation on which Manchester United can build their attacks on. A surefire way to lock up their goal with a strong centre-back partnership with the ever-reliable De Gea in goal could see United really push for Champions League football next season.