LW: Marcus Rashford
A hero off the pitch and, oftentimes, a hero on it. Rashford has proven in the four years since he burst onto the scene at Old Trafford in 2016 that he is a clinical goalscorer and has bagged an impressive 19 goals from 33 matches this season.
Better still, Rashford is still at the young age of 22, an important age in a player's career where they tend to showcase much improvement to their game compared to previous years. Compared to his time playing under, Mourinho, the England international has seemed much happier under Solskjaer's leadership and has found his touch again under the Norwegian manager.
Rashford is a versatile player and has shown that he can play on either wing or upfront. For a winger, his crossing requires some improvement but he possesses great pace and, when playing on the left wing in the past, he does a good job when he is able to cut inside onto his stronger right foot.
ST: Anthony Martial
Similar to Rashford, Martial is also a versatile player that is a natural upfront or on the left wing.
In United's last match against Sheffield United, he bagged himself an excellent hat-trick. Following the departures of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez (on loan), Martial has been making the most of the opportunities presented to him now that some of the competition for his place in the team have moved away.
Another big factor in Martial's recent success is the January signing of Bruno Fernandes. The two players have been on the same wavelength and the great chemistry between them seems to be paying dividends as Martial has now scored six goals in Fernandes' seven league appearances for the club.
RW: Mason Greenwood
Mason Greenwood has become one of the brightest young talents in world football and, in truth, perhaps it's only Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund that surpasses him as the best goalscoring teenager around.
After 14 goals in his breakout season, Greenwood has put himself ahead of Daniel James and Juan Mata on United's right wing. Those who will know of his ridiculous record - where he netted 34 goals from 34 U18 games - understand that this is no surprise.
The Englishman is still 18 until October and will no doubt be an elite goalscorer for United for years, perhaps a decade, to come. Greenwood's only concern will be if United target another right winger in the next window, such as Jadon Sancho. In truth, this wouldn't affect the youth star drastically, in the sense he can play anywhere on the front line and is clearly the main man moving forward, alongside Rashford.
It can be argued that Solskjaer doesn't need to sign Sancho with Greenwood already making this position his own. However, the Norwegian seems stuck on playing him as a centre forward, rather than a winger.
By Rob Spereall