It has been a season of turmoil for Man United with results on the pitch falling way below way they should have been but there is light at the end of the tunnel now for fans of the most successful club in Premier League history.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ridden into town on his white horse to improve the club on the pitch but attention is already turning amongst fans to the upcoming summer. It promises to be the crucial period in the history of the team with a decision on the new manager to be made, and a major shake up in the transfer market also on the cards.
The Manchester United squad is riddled with players who aren't good enough to wear the shirt and the powers that be will surely be looking to rectify that with a number of new names likely to come into the club. Coutinho and Jadon Sancho have been linked as the big names continue to roll off the tongue but there is a cheaper option already in the Premier League that could be exactly the player they need.
David Brooks has already proven himself to be one of the signings of the season down in Bournemouth with his quality on the ball catching the eye and he has all the qualities to make a major impact at Old Trafford.
The Welsh wizard can play in various position in attacking areas, he can create and as he has proven on six occasions this term, he knows where the back of the net is in the Premier League.
The 21-year-old wouldn't come cheap of course but he would certainly offer a value for money alternative to the likes of Coutinho and Sancho, and that could be crucial with United likely to be looking to strengthen a number of areas in the summer.
A new centre-back will be the priority you would imagine but a host of midfield options are likely to leave the club in the summer with Ander Herrera and Juan Mata both out of contract as things stand.
Brooks will go on to play for a top six club in the Premier League at some point in the future, he is too good to stay down at Dean Court for much longer and this summer will be the perfect time for Manchester United to swoop and pick up one of the best young British players in the division.