With the curtain coming down on another Premier League campaign last Sunday, one of English football’s top six teams faces a summer of massive upheaval.
Manchester United won two of their last 12 games in all competitions. After that famous Champions League victory in Paris, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team fell to pieces as their season collapsed around them.
Solskjaer took over at Old Trafford in December after United had been handed a 3-1 beating at Anfield, home of their much-improved rivals, Liverpool. That visit to Merseyside was Jose Mourinho’s last venture as Manchester United manager.
Mourinho left his role with United sixth in the Premier League table, eight points behind fifth-placed Arsenal.
Despite Solskjaer’s record-breaking start in charge of the club, United finished...