Another area where the shape is going to be pretty fluid. This formation could be a 4-2-2-2, a 4-3-1-2, a 4-3-3, it’s really just going to depend on the moment. But as for the personnel, that should be the easy part.
Against Monchengladbach, we witnessed the beginnings of a fantastic link-up between the new man Michael Gregoritsch and the now established Benito Raman. They played selflessly and teamed up to give that Monchengladbach back line so much trouble.
At the time, they played as a striking duo, which may be dicey against Bayern, but hey, why hold back, right?
And bear in mind, these two did all that without Amine Harit, who returns to bolster this attack into a trio that I just can’t wait to see in action, even if their debut comes against such heavy hitters.
Harit would probably be best served playing a bit deeper between the two, as he would have all the options in the world getting forward. If this attack can get traction, it is going to be a treat to watch.