Ronaldo vs Martial: Man Utd's big positional battles

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Following the laid-back and tactically naive approach of Ole Solskjaer, and the lack of player buy-in that soured Ralf Rangnick’s time, Manchester United are now under the stewardship of an old school authoritarian in Erik ten Hag. Players eat together, there is a strict dress code, and the team is treasured over the individual.

On the pitch, Erik ten Hag has wasted no time in pre-season implementing the philosophy that made his Ajax team a favourite of the neutrals. A philosophy that treasures possession, vertical passing, and counter pressing.

It will, of course, take time for Ten Hag to assemble a squad where every player is comfortable with the demands of his system, but a look at pre-season shows that everybody will be given a chance to shine, and also that some players appear nailed on to start.

David de Gea won’t be troubled by Tom Heaton, Diogo Dalot has higher technical ability than Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Jadon Sancho has cemented his position in the team with dazzling displays against Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa, scoring three goals in the process.

Lisandro Martinez hasn’t been bought to sit on the bench but, apart from that, places are up for grabs all over the pitch.

With the start of the Premier League only a matter of days away, GOAL takes a look at the most competitive positional battles at United ahead of the new season...

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