We're expecting a lot of transfer activity in the north west this summer, with Manchester United firmly in the hunt for new recruits after enduring one of their worst seasons in their modern history.
The Red Devils slumped to a sixth placed finish which means there'll be no Champions League football at Old Trafford in the upcoming campaign, so it's imperative that they get their recruitment on point over the coming months.
Unfortunately for Manchester United though, this hasn't been the case in recent seasons. They've been amongst the biggest spenders on both transfer fees and wages in European football which proves that money doesn't necessarily guarantee success.
A change in strategy is required and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear what he wants, with him looking to add young, hungry players to his squad. At the back end of the campaign he wasn't afraid to publicly question the mentality and attitude of his players, so along with new faces coming in, we're also expecting a bit of a clear out.
The Norwegian wants to move away from the big name marquee signings which have failed to deliver in the post Sir Alex era. The club have shelled out on the likes of Falcao, Angel Di Maria, Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku, all of whom have struggled to live up to their big price tags.
So a change is required and he's made his first signing as United boss, with Swansea City's Daniel James completing a £15m move to Old Trafford on Friday.
The 21 year-old may not be too familiar with fans of the Red Devils but he has a growing reputation in the game after a superb breakthrough season in the Championship, so it could prove to be a very shrewd piece of business. But what can the supporters expect from him?