At last the pieces of the jigsaw are put in place, the signings have been made and Manchester United are ready for glory days again.
We can forget the David Moyes torment era as a bad dream, a nightmare, a one-time in a generation incident but now we are heading for the promise land.
Full marks to Ed Woodward who has done a brilliant job in funding a spectacular set of new signings - mixing experience with young flair. He really is a genius.
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Of course it is sad to see once great players move on to pastures new - cast aside like used tea bags - but no player is bigger than the club and in the true tradition of United we must move forward.
It was time for a new brew and I don't mean Tetley's. No this brew is world-class like "Da Hong Pao" tea from Fujian province of China, matured for over 80 years and sold for £650,000 per kilo.
Rival clubs must be worried
United are back in the big time and ready to take over the world.
Chelsea and Arsenal must be quaking in their shoes as the season comes ever closer. The Chelsea signing of Radamel Falcao looks like desperation. Arsenal have done little in the market but the poor form of Mesut Ozil and the old stories of Arsene Wenger possible retirement must be the main worry for them.
As for United, they will breeze through the Champions League qualifier like a knife through butter.
The first three Premier League games, Spurs, Villa and Newcastle, should be walkovers and provide a great platform to get their goal difference in good order.
The world is about to experience the greatest team ever put together.
United will completely dominate club football for the next five years and beyond.
United are back!