It's been an interesting summer for a number of clubs up and down the country but the vibes coming out of the red side of Manchester aren't too positive. Jose Mourinho's Red Devils endured a mixed 17/18 campaign which saw them end the season with no silverware - whilst also watching their blue rivals absolutely dominate the domestic scene.
Manchester United have a lot of ground to make up on City and the rest of Europe's big guns if they're to win honours domestically and continentally, which means some serious money needs to be spent. This summer they've shelled out around £80m on three new additions, but their squad is still in need of some big names to set them up for their opener against Leicester on Friday.
Jose Mourinho hasn't been afraid to hide his desire for new arrivals and it's seen him make some strong comments to the media during the clubs pre-season tour. His relationship both with CEO Ed Woodward and the players looks to be the most strained it's been during his two years in the north west which has led to plenty of speculation around his future - so just what is going on at Manchester United?