The Red Devils will want to greatly improve next season.
It has been a disappointing season for Manchester United as they are set to finish with their worst ever Premier League points tally and no European football for the first time since 1981.
Whilst recently sacked manager David Moyes will be largely blamed for this, the squad has simply not been good enough and whoever succeeds the Scot will be overseeing an overhaul this summer.
United owners the Glazers are reported by the Telegraph to be offering up a £150m transfer kitty to the new boss and sacked Moyes because they could not trust the 51-year-old with those funds.
Here is how the Red Devils’ squad is likely to look after a big summer of spending.
Staying: David de Gea, Ben Amos.
Going: Anders Lindegaard.
Coming in: Kasper Schmeichel (Mirror).
For all the problems the English champions have had this term, one real positive has been the continued improved form of de Gea between the posts.
When the Spaniard became the the second most expensive ‘keeper of all time back in 2011 the 23-year-old found adapting to life in England difficult at first.
Yet now de Gea is the established No.1 and as a result Lindegaard has found opportunities hard to come by and will leave Old Trafford as a result.
To compete with the Spanish ace and Amos it could be a blast from the past as club legend Peter Schmeichel’s son Kasper will be available on a free from Leicester City this summer.