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Premier League: Eight most pivotal decisions of the summer (1)

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Manchester United are perhaps the only Premier League giant who have nothing left to play for this season, but on the positive side it does mean Red Devils chiefs can start planning for next season in earnest.

United have some very difficult decisions to make after easily their worst campaign since the Premier League was formed, with transfer plans, contract renewals and perhaps most important of all the David Moyes' future key decisions requiring urgent attention.

Moyes is widely expected to be given time and allowed to spend big during the close season, but in the fast-moving world of football United fans shouldn't be too surprised if the Glazer family change their minds and make a change at the close of the campaign.

After missing out on a whole host of top transfer targets last summer United and Moyes have learned the hard way just how important making quick calls on buying and selling truly is, so Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal fans should be entitled to expect the same from their teams either side of the World Cup.

With big calls over star strikers, contract negotiations and managers all to the made GMS has attempted to call the biggest dilemmas facing Premier League sides this summer, but feel free to have your say if you disagree in the comment box below!

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