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Mason Greenwood has revealed his FIFA 22 Ultimate team, with four Manchester United teammates included, and controversially has Jurgen Klopp as his manager.
Last week Mason Greenwood's card was revealed, with the 19-year-old forward given a rating of 78 overall, and United fans called it a 'crime.'
The third highest scoring teenager in Premier League history clearly isn't as annoyed as his fans, as he's already playing FIFA 22 and shared his Ultimate Team.
Included in the side are three of his club teammates, but instead of having Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as his manager, Greenwood has controversially got Liverpool boss Klopp in charge.
The teenager has, perhaps surprisingly, gone for Barcelona back up goalkeeper Neto in goal with Real Madrid defenders Ferland Mendy, David Alaba and Eder Milito joining Aaron Wan-Bissaka making up the back five.
Paul Pogba is the second of Greenwood's teammates to make the team, playing alongside two more players from La Liga's two most famous clubs.
Federico Valverde is understandably in central midfield but more surprisingly is Barca's Ousmane Dembele, who is more likely to be seen on the wing, when not injured.
Greenwood doesn't have himself in the team, perhaps because of his low rating, and instead has a front three of Marcus Rashford, Adama Traore and Bruno Fernandes, in a surprising central attacking role.
The selection of Klopp over Solskjaer could be seen as a dig at the United boss, who continues to be under intense scrutiny having not yet won any silverware at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer and former teammate Rio Ferdinand have been involved in a spat recently, after the former England defender criticised Cristiano Ronaldo's involvement on the touchline after being taken off against Young Boys.
The loss to the Swiss team in the Champions League was the latest embarrassment for the Norwegian and the situation wasn't helped by claims that a tv channel in his native country had edited images to make him look worse.
The last thing he needs is one of his own players picking their rival's manager over him, whether it's the the virtual world or not.
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