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Clearly, The Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era begins in earnest at Old Trafford this weekend as he lines up for the first game of his (hopefully) first full season in charge of Manchester United.
The most pressing concern, The Red Devils’ torrid back line, has been addressed. They conceded more goals than any other team in the top 9 positions last season
but the big money arrivals of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire will give hope to the Old Trafford faithful.
However, there has been a negative side to their transfer dealings. Romelu Lukaku left in a £74m deal on deadline day
while Ander Herrera opted to move to PSG on a free earlier in the summer. Neither of these key first team players have been replaced
leaving Solskjaer to rely on their unproven, albeit talented, pool of academy prospects.
Preseason has been positive for them though They have won 5 of their 6 friendlies and seen scintillating performances from the likes of
Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Mason Greenwood, and Angel Gomes. Whether they can continue this into the competitive season remains to be seen.
Inexperienced fan favourite Frank Lampard takes the helm at Stamford Bridge after Maurizio Sarri understandably chose to leave at the end of last season, and he has a huge task on his hands.
The Blues are in the midst of a transfer ban and were left helpless when Real Madrid came calling for Eden Hazard.
Their talisman for so many years is finally gone, and deadline day saw them sell David Luiz to Arsenal.
Their youth prospects are enticing, but filling Hazard and Luiz’s boots will be a big ask.
Chelsea also have a mixed Premier League campaign last year to look back upon. Sarri did manage to achieve a 3rd place finish
and a Europa League title, but there were times when his Chelsea team looked completely lost
Their record away from home was a particular sticking point, and they ended the season having won just 2 of their final 9 Premier League away days.
5 of these ended in defeat too, and they lost 4 and drew 1 of their 6 away games against fellow Top 6 sides.
Considering they haven’t won at Old Trafford since 2013, this could be a step too far for Lampard and company.
Both of these sides have some adjusting to do this season, but Manchester United are coming into the competition
stronger than last season while their opponents look significantly weaker without Hazard pulling the strings
And As you would expect from a side that drew so much criticism last season, there have been a number of changes across the squad.