The one United fans probably have an eye on the most: the future of the notorious Woodward.
Woodward was given charge of the club's commercial and media operations in 2007, to which he was a great success in using United's extraordinary on-field success to increase the club's commercial revenue from £48.7 million in 2005, to £117.6 million, just seven years later.
However, since the retirement of David Gill and Ferguson, Woodward - practically by default - became the new chief executive, not long after the Red Devils bagged a record 20th title. Now, seven years into the role, the controversial CEO has failed to take the club forward with disastrous transfer dealings, which have inevitably resulted in the casualties of three managers.
Paddy Power are giving odds of 11/4 for Woodward to no longer be a United employee at the end of the season. However, this looks like a tough one.
Woodward is very pally with the infamous Glazer family, as he was the advisor during the takeover of the club 15 years ago. At the same time, despite popular belief, Woodward does actually make United a lot of money, which, of course, pleases the owners year on year.
Although, much of the increased revenue each season comes as a result of such disastrous transfer dealings and Woodward's refusal to spend money like United's competitors.
It does seem as if the only way to end the toxicity of the Woodward era is for the fans to unite, because from a business standpoint, he's going nowhere.