Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may find it easier than first thought to fit his new signings in his team.
The Red Devils finished the transfer window with a bang as Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles arrived at Old Trafford on Deadline Day along with Facundo Pellistri.
Donny van de Beek had already signed for United earlier in the summer, though is yet to make a start in the Premier League.
But, with United struggling on the pitch, Solskjaer could put the quartet straight into his team when they are fit and available.
Luke Shaw has found life difficult at left-back and it makes sense for Telles to slot straight into his spot.
Van de Beek could sit deeper in midfield, alongside either Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, or Fred.
Pellistri is just 18 but it’s believed he will compete for a spot in the first-team and may take a spot on the right wing, where Mason Greenwood has regularly operated.
And Cavani could fill the lone striker role with Solskjaer having been keen to sign a strong frontman.
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It would leave the likes of Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Shaw on the bench though Solskjaer wanted competition and more strength in his squad.
On the arrival of Cavani, Solskjaer had said: "Edinson is an experienced ultimate professional who always gives everything for his team. His goalscoring record for club and country is fantastic and we are delighted to sign a player of his calibre.
“He’ll bring energy, power, leadership and a great mentality to the squad but, most importantly, he’ll bring goals.
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“He has had a brilliant career so far, winning trophies at almost every club he has played for, and he still has so much more to give at the highest level.
"The opportunity for our young players to learn from one of Europe’s top goalscorers over the last 10 years is fantastic and it will really benefit them going forward."
How United could line up with all four summer arrivals: (4-2-3-1) De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Telles; Pogba, Van de Beek; Pellistri, Fernandes, Rashford; Cavani.
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