The Red Devils are one of the most decorated clubs in world football, but they have lost their way in more recent times
Manchester United’s struggles since Sir Alex Ferguson headed into retirement have been well documented, with a team that collected 13 Premier League titles under a legendary Scottish coach enduring serious regression since he stepped away from the dugout in 2013.
David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have all failed to rekindle former glories, while Ralf Rangnick is now preparing to pass a managerial baton to Erik ten Hag in the summer of 2022.
Champions League football is unlikely to be agenda for the incoming Dutch coach, with another backwards step being taken on the field at Old Trafford, but are the Red Devils heading towards their worst finish in the modern era? GOAL takes a look…