United's dreadful campaign came to a merciful end on Sunday in fitting fashion as they fell to yet another defeat, this time to Crystal Palace. It meant that they finished on a mere 58 points, their lowest ever tally in the Premier League era.
Erik ten Hag was in attendance at Selhurst Park to see the full extent of the challenge he now faces after taking on the task of being United's next permanent manager. The Dutchman was unveiled as the new boss on Monday and plans are well underway for the summer transfer window and the forthcoming campaign.
Midfielder Fred is one of the few players to see his stock rise this past season after a decent campaign but he has conceded it's been a poor year from the players. However, he has promised that everyone is eager to make amends when football gets back underway in August.
“It was far from the season we planned back in the beginning” the Brazilian tweeted. “We weren't able to achieve our goals and we are fully aware of it. Let's take this break to recharge the batteries and come back even hungrier for the next one.