A look at Ten Hag’s thrilling 4-2-3-1 formation with Mount-How will Mason Mount fit in at Man United?

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According to the English outlet, Express, Manchester United is interested in signing Chelsea’s Mason Mount this summer. According to reports, Mason Mount has been informed about Erik ten Hag’s vision for Manchester United as the club looks to sign the Chelsea star this summer. The England international was previously linked with a move to Arsenal or Liverpool but is now closer to joining Old Trafford. Manchester United is hoping to secure the player for a low fee.

Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s new manager, prefers a 4-3-3/4-2-3-1 formation with a defensive midfielder screening the back four. Erik ten Hag has made several improvements to Manchester United since taking charge. He has rebuilt his team around Bruno Fernandes as a true ’10’.  Casemiro has proved an outstanding addition to the double pivot in Ten Hag’s 4-2-3-1, where he has usually been paired with Christian Eriksen. Casemiro’s ability to break up play, hold up opponents and delay their progress, protect the centre of the pitch, stop counter-attacks, make tactical fouls, and win the ball back have all made a huge difference to United out of possession. But with ten Hag probably wants a much more athletic and stronger presser than Eriksen to partner Casemiro and that’s where Mount comes in.

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Manchester United’s formation with Mason Mount

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Mason Mount is a versatile player who can play in multiple positions. He can play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder or even as a winger. He is known for his work rate and ability to press high up the pitch. His ability to play in multiple positions and his work rate make him an ideal fit for Erik ten Hag’s system.

In conclusion, Mason Mount would be a great addition to Manchester United’s squad. His versatility and work rate make him an ideal fit for Erik ten Hag’s system. It will be interesting to see how he will fit in with the rest of the team next season.

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