Hirving Lozano came under the radar during last year’s World Cup, showing some great performances for his country, Mexico. He has been quite consistent when performing for his club PSV Eindhoven too, becoming an Eredivisie champion in the 2017/18 season under ex-coach Phillip Cocu.
Although he had to switch from left to right and fit a different strategy, Lozano was a key figure for the team under Mark van Bommel too, scoring 21 goals and assisting 12 in all competitions. His impact on PSV’s game is pretty noticeable as he has helped in shaping their style of play and them competing for the top spot again.
There is quite a lot of speculation about his future, but yet the most intriguing one seems to be Manchester United‘s interest in him.
Manchester United had a boost in their performance once Ole Gunnar Solskjær got the managerial job, but there was a huge downfall in their performance as they finished sixth in the Premier League barely securing a Europa League spot next season. There are some quite obvious things United need to work on, but is Lozano one of the solutions?
In this tactical analysis we will explain how he could fit the current United team:
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