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Paul Scholes has told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer what he believes his best Manchester United starting line-up.
United scored three and missed many chances in their 3-0 victory over Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League.
Solskjaer’s side now needing to climb back up the Premier League table knowing they are through to the last 32 of the Europa League.
Talking about how he’d set out the team, former United midfielder Scholes told BT Sport: “It’s a 4-4-1-1 really. As I see it, the Manchester United way. The goalkeeper explains itself, he’s obviously one of the very best.
“I think the question mark in the back four is a partner for Maguire. I like the rest of it. I think he needs someone quick, someone strong, someone aggressive next to him. When Tuanzebe’s come into the team this season he’s looked like he could be.
“I still think it’s a question mark, they could possibly need another centre-half next to him. I’m not convinced by Rojo, I’m not convinced by Lindelof. I think Tuanzebe, given a run of games, could be good. McTominay and Pogba in midfield, I think they could be good together. We’ve seen how good McTominay has been this year. Pogba, he still gets criticism, but he still gets in the team with the qualities he does have.”