Manchester United fans are feeling positive this season
Believe Manchester United have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Manchester United fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Manchester United's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 4.1
Manchester United fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Manchester United's recruitment so far this summer
Tyrell Malacia / £14.7m / Feyenoord
A rapid left-back that loves to get forward, registering more shots than any other defender in the Eredivisie last season. He should aid United's chronic lack of creativity but there are concerns over his defensive abilities, particularly his positioning. 3/5
Christian Eriksen / Free / Brentford
The Dane was a revelation at Brentford last season, completely transforming the Bees and could have a similar effect on a United midfield lacking creativity. To land him on a free is a massive win with Eriksen able to improve all those around him at his new club. 5/5
Lisandro Martinez / £57m / Ajax
His transfer fee and height are likely to be the main talking points when it comes to the left-footed centre-half but Erik ten Hag believes he can win supporters round with his reading of the game, athleticism and range of passing. 3/5
Free / Roma
Free / Juventus
Loan / Nottingham Forest
Undisclosed / Dundee United
£10m / Fulham
Top priority for Erik ten Haag has to be tightening up a United defence that conceded a Premier League club record 57 goals, four more than relegated Burnley.
United have finished in the top four only four times in the nine years since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down.
United fared well against London clubs last season, taking 26 points from a possible 36.
Man Utd would have finished 14th last season without Cristiano Ronaldo's goals, the Portuguese's tally of 18 league goals earning the Red Devils 14 points.
United fans want to see some progress after a miserable 2021-22 campaign and there should be an improvement in Ten Hag's first season. The Red Devils will need plenty of time and sound recruitment to get back to the Premier League summit and even a top-four finish may be beyond them for now, but they should improve under the Dutchman, who led Ajax to three league titles.
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