A debate about where Manuel Pellegrini should play some of his players appears to have broken out on Twitter as fan account, West Ham News, made a suggestion about what they would like to see.

The main post suggested positional changes for Arthur Masuaku, Felipe Anderson, Andriy Yarmolenko and Sebastien Haller, although many fans have also had their own opinion on the view.

The Hammers had 60% of the possession against the Blades, meaning with a bit more creativity the chances will come.

All the players mentioned (apart from Masuaku) started in the draw against Sheffield United. The most viable way of making this work, though, would be to try a 3-5-2 formation, with Anderson playing next to Haller, but some fans suggested that Pellegrini would be unlikely to make any tactical changes.

However, not every fan was keen on the suggested changes, with another supporter going on to say: ‘How many goals has Arthur set up in the last 3 seasons. He does some runs, steps over the ball and people think he’s good at going forward. The blokes a liability.’

Once again, Haller’s lack of service was also pointed out, but then again, when isn’t it?

A selection of Twitter reaction to the suggestion can be seen below: