Looking at the current Manchester United squad it is clear to see Sir Alex Ferguson has left David Moyes with a pretty strong set of players.
The back four doesn’t need polishing as United fans were pleased with Phil Jones and Chris Smalling's form last season.
Both of them have done quite brilliantly when Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand had to be sidelined due to injury throughout the season.
The midfield is the position where most United fans will want to see improvement as Tom Cleverley had a bright start to the season but is not at the sufficient level to control United's midfield.
Carrick had a great season and would love to have someone like Kevin Strootman next to him.
United have been strongly linked with Dutch sensation Strootman and he would be an ideal signing for Moyes to solve the midfield crisis for United.
United fans shouldn’t be too sad at their club being linked with Robert Lewandowski as some of United's strikers failed to impress last season.
Danny Welbeck only managed to score one Premier League goal and was played on the left wing for large parts of the season - so signing Lewandowski would be a good idea.
Manchester United's rivals have already begun their work of signing players outside the transfer window and United fans will not want to miss out.
They won’t necessary want big-name signings, like bitter rivals Manchester City and Chelsea are making, but they will want Moyes to end their long-lasting midfield crisis once and for all.
They’ll be hoping they won’t have to have another season of having to watch the likes of Cleverley and Anderson fail to 'boss' the midfield.
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