You could say that Enzo is an all-action midfielder because he's sprightly, poses a decent goal-scoring threat and boasts eye-catching defensive traits (that he will learn to maximize with experience), but he's primarily a central midfield playmaker who has a knack for organizing things on the pitch and bears a large influence on the proceedings with his passing (in terms of dictating the tempo, recycling the ball as well as progressive/creative maneuvers).
Shades of a young İlkay Gündogan in his game — who was similarly complete and quickly established himself as one of the foremost central midfielders in club football at Dortmund. From a United-centric vantage point, Enzo could replicate Frenkie de Jong's function as a deep-lying orchestrator who constantly finds pocket of space (minus some of the effortless dribbling), and he's also more versatile so he could play at the base with Casemiro in a 4—2—3—1 or as one of the interiors
in a 4—3—3. Another thing to like is his feistiness, which ties in closely with his leadership potential as a midfield maestro in the making. Only 21 years old so the sky is the limit.