On Tuesday night, Manchester United will face Charlton Athletic in the Carabao Cup. The predicted United lineup can be found here.
Manchester United’s Carabao Cup campaign continues on Tuesday night when they face Charlton Athletic of League One. Erik Ten Hag will have to pick his team carefully with the Manchester Derby coming up on Saturday.
The Red Devils recently advanced to the FA Cup third round after defeating Everton at Old Trafford on Friday night. Ten Hag fielded a very strong team in the previous match.
To give senior players a rest, some younger talent may be used against Charlton. The Dutchman and his team, on the other hand, are looking for silverware this season.
These types of games are always difficult to predict a lineup for, especially with Ten Hag’s selection being so unpredictable. Charlton advanced to this match against United after defeating Brighton on penalties.
The League One side has won their last two games and is currently 12th in England’s third tier. However, this is a cup tie, and anything can happen, as we have seen recently.
In terms of what to expect from United’s lineup, Alejandro Garnacho and Scott McTominay are both likely starters. Questions about who will start in goal and on defense can be raised.
Bruno Fernandes is suspended for tonight’s game. Jack Butland, who joined United on loan from Crystal Palace, could make his debut.
Below you can find the predicted United lineup to face Charlton: Butland, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Malacia, McTominay, Iqbal, Eriksen, Antony, Garnacho, Elanga
MU was asked by the ‘giants’ to buy, the opportunity to own Mbappe is right in front of you
The British press reported that while in the process of finding a new owner, the Man Utd club sᴜddenly received the attention of an organization with extremely powerful financial potential.
In November, many reputable sources in the foggy country such as Daily Mail, The Athletic simultaneously reported that Glazer owners were in the process of looking for new investment sources for MU.
Accordingly, they considered selling a part or transferring the entire team to the right partner at the earliest in the first quarter of 2023. Immediately, many big money players expressed interest in a deal like Apple. or Amazon.
Most recently, another giant is expected to participate in this race. As previously reported, Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) – the group that owns the Paris Saint-Germain club is looking for investment opportunities in the UK market. And MU is one of the potential destinations that this organization targets.
QSI – the corporation that owns PSG, is looking to invest in English football, one of those targets is Man Utd
According to Bloomberg, QSI is considering both buying shares or the entire Manchester United club. The group from Qatar wants to further expand its influence on the world football map after the 2022 World Cup.
Pouring money into a club of the world’s No. 1 tournament is part of a plan to build a football ecosystem to compete with City Football Group of the UAE – the group that owns Manchester City and 11 other clubs.
If this deal becomes true, the Red Devils fans will certainly not have to worry about the policy backed by the pocket money and QSI’s ability to play is almost unlimited.
It was they who acquired Neymar and Mbappe at the same time in 2017 for PSG, then gave the French striker a historic contract last summer that made Real Madrid also give up.
If QSI becomes a new investor of MU, the opportunity for the Red Devils to own Mbappe also increases significantly
The ρrosρect of sharing a house with the QSI system will also open the door for MU to own Mbappe, wanting to be confirmed by coach Ten Hag but not having enough money. Because, when PSG and MU share the same owner, they can buy and sell players for each other easily.
The transfer fee of ‘internal’ deals will be very cheap, even symbolic, as long as the owners want it. That is also how other football ecosystems like ‘brothers’ RB Salzburg and RB Leipzig have been working to grow together.
Besides MU, QSI is also said to be interested in Liverpool and Tottenham. However, the Red Devils will definitely be the top priority because their reputation and strong fan base around the world will be a great advantage to help QSI expand its global influence.