OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER is looking to the future with his transfer dealings as he tries to assemble a youthful squad.
The Old Trafford legend is continuing the tradition of handing plenty of games to academy graduates.
United are set to name their 4,000th-consecutive team with a player from their famed youth set-up against Everton tomorrow in an incredible accomplishment.
And by complimenting the home-grown-youngsters with whizkids from elsewhere, Solskjaer could put together a team that could last a decade.
Dean Henderson has impressed on loan at Sheffield United and has made no secret of his desire to fill David De Gea's boots one day.
Ethan Laird, 18, made his debut against AZ Alkmaar and will hope to push Aaron Wan-Bissaka for a starting spot in the coming years.
Axel Tuanzebe and Timothy Fosu-Mensah, both in their early 20s, have shown the potential to form an intimidating centre-back partnership and 19-year-old Brandon Williams is a promising left-back.
Scott McTominay, 23, is growing into a real talent in midfield, with 18-year-old James Garner starting to gain experience.
Solskjaer could use this season's top scorers Mason Greenwood, 18, and Marcus Rashford, 22, down the flanks, with Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz, 20, an exciting option in the No10 role.
And finally, the Norwegian would complete a dream team if he could tempt countryman Erling Haaland, who he worked with at Molde, to make the move from RB Salzburg.
Academy graduates McTominay, Rashford and Jesse Lingard are expected to start against the Toffees tomorrow.
And Greenwood will hope to make an impact off the bench after continuing his goalscoring form against AZ.
Henderson, meanwhile, takes on Aston Villa with the Blades looking to keep a first clean sheet since November 2.
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