Manchester United will be hoping to end their trophy drought this season.
The Red Devils have not won a trophy since they lifted the Europa League title in 2017.
On paper, United's side is very strong.
They have a solid defence consisting of Luke Shaw, Raphael Varane, Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
While they can also call upon a plethora of talented forwards including Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Edinson Cavani.
So United have talent in all areas of their team. But how many of their players can be called 'world-class?'
There isn't a concrete definition for the term 'world-class' but Luckhurst has defined it as players that are among the top five best on the planet at their position.
Luckhurst thinks five United players are world-class. View his selections below...
Luckhurst writes: "Fernandes is a No.10 with unrivalled numbers, only lacking the medals to reward him."
"Pogba has always possessed world-class ability," Luckhurst writes of Pogba.
"Varane has been one of the standout defenders of the last decade and has mainly retained his world-class status," Luckhurst says of Varane.
Luckhurst argues Maguire established himself as a world-class centre-back during Euro 2020, writing: "Maguire attained it at the Euros, his absence felt by United in the run-in and in England's dicey draw with Scotland."
Luckhurst says of Shaw: "Shaw would make the current world XI at left-back. You could count the number of poor performances Shaw has had on one hand over the last 18 months and it is easy to forget he is a polished centre-back in a back three."
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Edinson Cavani and David de Gea could both be considered world-class in the past but no longer have that status.
Cavani is still a superb player but is coming to the end of his career, while De Gea's performances have dipped in recent times.
Sancho, Wan-Bissaka, Rashford and Mason Greenwood are among United's other players that could be branded 'world-class' in the future.