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How Manchester United's best XI has changed since the season started
After proving he was capable at under level, Poole played 20 times on loan for Northampton Town in and was made United under captain upon his return last summer. The Welsh year-old played every single game up until last month, when his strong displays earned him a loan move back to Newport, and he started their FA Cup tie with Manchester City. During his time at the club, Mitchell has changed from a winger to a full-back and his regular supply of goals and assists as a defender turned him into a star for the reserves.
In that time, Mitchell overcame a serious meniscus tendon injury and has already played 23 times for the Scottish club this term, suggesting his future is full of promise.
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After successful spells in Spain with Granada and Valencia, Andreas Pereira is finally enjoying a full year as a Man Utd first-team player, featuring 15 times so far 28 in total. Andreas was signed from PSV Eindhoven back in and shone at every youth level, notably winning the Player of the Tournament as he captained United to Milk Cup success in This season has shown that Pereira just needs to adapt to the physicality of the Premier League because besides that, he has the technical ability of a classy playmaker. The current Scotland international overcame growth issues to make his United debut in May and established himself under Mourinho in , making 23 appearances.
The year-old had struggled for game time with Solskjaer but his recent displays are proving he could grow into a Darren Fletcher-type member of the squad.
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Whilst gaining regular top-flight action, he won four Serie A titles in a row, four other trophies, played in a Champions League final and became a top-class playmaker in Turin. However, the year-old has silenced his doubters by helping France win the World Cup and having a huge impact for Man Utd — especially under Solskjaer.
Of United's front six that lined up against Leicester, just Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford are consistent starters now. Matteo Darmian was something of a surprise selection against the Foxes following a summer of expectation that he would leave the club.
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His appearance in the win was one of just six he has made all season. The Italian continues to be linked with a return to his home country and it would be a surprise if he is still at United come next season. Eric Bailly crafted a fine reputation for himself during his maiden campaign in England but that has diminished spectacularly over the past 18 months and he is now United's fourth-choice centre-back behind Lindelof, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones. The Ivorian's last outing came against PSG in the Champions League when he was woeful before an injury forced him off in the early stages.
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Fred made his United debut against Leicester but so underwhelming were his first three performances for the Reds he was dropped for their next two games and would go on to complete 90 minutes just once more under Mourinho. The Brazilian's Old Trafford career has shown signs of life over the last month but Ander Herrera is ahead of him in the midfield pecking order. Andreas Pereira started the season opener because Nemanja Matic was injured and although he impressed against Leicester, it soon became clear that holding midfield is not his best position.
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He, like Fred, has proved his worth to the club over the past month and netted a sublime goal in the comeback win over Southampton at the start of March. Juan Mata benefited from Jesse Lingard's lack of fitness to start against Leicester and he assisted Shaw's clincher but the Spaniard has been on the periphery this season and could leave on a free when his contract expires this summer.
The less said about Alexis Sanchez, the better. The Chilean has completed 90 minutes just once all season and that was against Leicester.