Manchester United have spent almost £850 million on transfers since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, but a league title is still absent since they last won it in 2013, Ferguson’s last season.
Upon this, the club is yet to pose a serious challenge for the league title.
Having lost out on Toni Kroose to Real Madrid, Tiago Alcantara to Baryern and Cesc Fabregs reluctance to join the Red Devils, then Manager David Moyes opted for an alternative midfielder.
He became the first arrival in the post-Ferguson era.
Joining from Everton, the big Belgian became useful to almost all the coaches that came in. 5/10
Another midfielder arrived from Stamford Bridge.
Mata was Moyes best signing, bringing in the Spaniard from rivals Chelsea.
He has gone on to win the Europa league as well as having some superb performances. 8/10
Atalented midfielder on his day.
He had one of his best games in a United shirt against Chelsea.
He scored as well as singlehandedly playing Eden Hazard out of the game.6/10
Very unstable since his arrival due to several injuries.
But has proved very reliable this season, as he sustained his first injury this term against Southampton. He has taken part in all United’s 18-game unbeaten. 6/10
From being a dependable defender to having several uncertainties.
Rojo played well under Jose Mourinho in that Europa league triumphant season.
But has since went down the pecking order to being loaned out this season. 5/10
Signed with much expectations in the back of fine seasons at Real.
But the winger faced a lot of uncertainties at Old Trafford.
Having played out of position by then boss Louis Van Gaal, the Argentine left for PSG after just one season. 5/10
Had a fantastic World cup in Brazil.
Coming to United, he played in several positions but still perform well. 7/10
A great mismanagement of fun.
He arrived like a star, of course he was, but flopped, scoring just for goals for United. 3/10
Still a surprise why he joined United.
The goalkeeper was later axed from the team by Van Gaal, and still stopped him from wearing the clubs suit. 1/10
Unarguably the most celebrated flop at Old Trafford.
Depay came with high hopes, and was handed the famous No.7 shirt, yet poor performance. 4/10
The Italian defender showed some glimpse in his first few outings.
But was later dropped by the ever-active Antonio Valencia. 4/10
A midfielder blessed with a superb height.
Signed from Southampton, but faced difficult times before being shipped to Everton. 5/10
German great. Arrived Old Trafford as a Bayern Munich legend.
But was unable to duplicate his performances at United.
Had his worst game against Arsenal and since had his place stripped off. 3/10
Unarguably one of the best back-up goalkeepers in the World.
Romero came in on a free Transfer, and manned the post in United’s Europa league triumphant journey. 8/10
With a super debut which he scored a goal as a sub against Liverpool.
Martial has been inconsistent but has hit the ground running this term.
Forming a great Partnership with Marcus Rashford, he has scored 21 goals so far this campaign.
He is actually starting to replicate the form he was when United ditched out £36m for him. 7/10
The Ivorian has been in and out of the United starting eleven since he joined.
Still has a part to play this season
He calls himself a lion, and never looks shy.
He came into United to score goals which he did.
Played a significant part before sustaining injury en route to United’s Europa league triumph. 8/10
Unarguably one of United’s best performing players on their journey to The Europa league victory.
But dropped in form leading to his exchange with Arsenals Alexis Sanchez. 4/10
One of the most talented players to ever grace the round leather game.
Pogba on his say will make wonders with the ball.
Know for his long range accuracy, to shaking off two or three opponents.
The Frenchman still has a lot to offer. 7/10
Always a subject of debating performances.
Linderlof came in and struggled, but has regained his starting spot.
The most preferred partner to club captain Harry Maguire, still 25, there’s room for improvement. 7/10
A top class forward, but allowed to leave by Solskjaer due to stylistic preferences.
The big Belgian is known for his strength and persistent, coupled with his goalscoring ability.
He didn’t have a bad stay in a United shirt. 8/10
Falling down the pecking order in recent years, but on a huge revival since after lock down.
Matic have had a fantastic season so far after some seasons of inconsistency. Just signed a three-year contract. 6/10
A very expensive flop. Earning £400,000 a-week with nothing to show on the pitch.
Brought in from Arsenal, but has failed to light the pack since joining the club. 3/10
Out of action for quit a long time, set to be used as a left-back today due to injury on Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams.
Still young, with so much quality on his day. 4/10
Very bad initially, but has live up to expectations.
Solskjaer was forced to use the Brazilian due to long term injury on Pogba, and he has done well in working back his way his best. 6/10
Aged. Signed as a third choice for Da Gea and Romero.
Doesn’t have a lot to do at the club. 5/10
The speed star has been on superb form since joining from Swansea, but has lost his place to rising star Mason Greenwood.
Still go time to improve at the club. 6/10
A born defender, very difficult to dribble.
Working on improving on the offensive half. 7/10
A decent central defender, with a lot of presence and physicality.
Still working to justify the huge price United paid for him. 5/10
Lost just one game in a United shirt since his arrival in January.
Fernandes has been a revelation to the side, faultless, bringing back the excitement to Old Trafford.
Woodward will be fanning himself he made a great signing. 9/10
With the club pushing for over a £100m move for England International Jadon Sancho, this summer transfer window could bring United’s spending spree to £1b since famous coach Sir Alex Ferguson retired.