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Sir Jim Ratcliffe can build dream Man United XI for Premier League opening day with mega transfers

Sir Jim Ratcliffe will be determined to strengthen the Manchester United squad this summer. Upon acquiring a stake in United in December, the British billionaire vowed to take his boyhood club back to the 'the very top of English, European and world football'.

He's already made great progress on his mission to rebuild the club, starting with reshuffling the boardroom. Ratcliffe began by drafting in the likes of Sir David Brailsford and Jean-Claude Blanc before turning to Omar Berrada from Manchester City.

The INEO chief has also been working hard on wrapping up a deal for Dan Ashworth, who Newcastle United placed on gardening leave in February. With the summer transfer window now underway, Ratcliffe has shown no sign of slowing down with player recruitment now taking priority.

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The Red Devils have already been heavily linked with numerous big names, such as Jarrad Branthwaite and Joao Neves. Michael Olise has also been mooted as a potential target after another unimpressive season from Antony.

So, with that being said, the Manchester Evening News has looked at how the Red Devils could line up on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.

Andre Onana should remain between the sticks. Despite some questionable results during his debut campaign at Old Trafford, the 28-year-old shot-stopper showed glimpses of great promise. The club's poor defensive record can be largely attributed to a weak backline, a lack of protection in midfield and – of course – injuries.

At left-back, Manchester United have Luke Shaw, who – on his day – is