Last season was one to forget for everyone involved with Manchester United. The Red Devils failed to win any silverware and finished in sixth position which means that there'll be no Champions League football at Old Trafford next term.
The underperformance from United saw Jose Mourinho sacked back in December and replaced by club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian made a blistering start back to life in Manchester but ended the season poorly, rounding off the campaign with 8 defeats in their last 12 games - one of which was to already relegated Cardiff on the final day.
The size of the job on his hands restoring Manchester United as one of the countries most dominant forces is an absolutely colossal one & this summer will be pivotal to it.
He has some massive decisions to make and it appears that he's close to one surrounding the captaincy at the moment. Club captain Antonio Valencia is set to end his 10 year stay at Old Trafford this summer which means a new one needs to be appointed, step forward Ashley Young..
The winger turned full-back turned centre-half is a divisive figure amongst the clubs fan base, with many of them calling for him to be dropped from the side and used more so as a squad player.
The Times are reporting that the former England international will be appointed as the new club captain, whilst another controversial but influential member of the squad, Paul Pogba, is being considered as deputy/vice captain.
The Red Devils are expected to be very active in the transfer market and a move for a new right back is expected to be near the top of their list, with Crystal Palace youngster Aaron Wan-Bissaka strongly linked. If they can pull it off, it would mean Young's playing time would be limited and more responsibility would be put on the shoulders of Pogba - so it's a huge decision.
There's been plenty of speculation surrounding the future of the World Cup winner with many United fans claiming they want the club to cash in on him and Real Madrid reportedly interested in his services. He's priced up as short as 4/5 to make the move to La Liga with SkyBet so it's certainly one to keep your eye on this summer.