Erik ten Hag takes over as Manchester United manager today with the club at its lowest ebb for over 30 years.
Yesterday's 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace meant United ended the season with their lowest points total since 1989/90 (and even that year they won the FA Cup) and finished sixth in the Premier League.
They narrowly qualified for the Europa League, thanks to West Ham's defeat at Brighton, and United are 9/1 to win that competition in 2022/23.
But even though Ten Hag admitted he faces a huge challenge to rebuid the team at Old Trafford, they are 17/20 to finish in the top four next season.
That indicates that the Dutchman will have an immediate impact and improve on this season's poor performance.
United are 15/8 to win a major trophy in 2022/23, so their wait for their first silverware since 2017 looks set to continue.
For historical comparison, Sir Alex Ferguson was three-and-a-half years into his tenure before he won his first trophy as United manager (the FA Cup in 1990).
It's doubtful whether the United board would be as patient with a manager today and Ten Hag is 4/1 to be gone by Christmas.
On the other hand, if you think he can work wonders and United have a chance of United winning the Premier League next year, you can get 18/1.
Return of Mac to United coaching team
Today, United confirmed the appointment of Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren as Ten Hag's assistant coaches.
Ex-England manager McClaren was Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant at United from 1999 to 2001 and later worked with Ten Hag at FC Twente.
De Jong odds-on to sign as Ronaldo stays
Next there is expected to be comings and goings among the playing staff.
Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to stay, with the new manager speaking admiringly of the Portguese in recent days. But others, such as Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard, will almost certainly leave.
Ten Hag must decide whether he can revive Marcus Rashford's career after a bitterly disappointing campaign for the England man. Otherwise, Rashford could be off.
Frenkie De Jong is 3/10 to sign from Barcelona even though Xavi wants him to stay at Camp Nou and the player has expressed his desire to play in the Champions League next season.
Ajax winger Antony, who flourished under Ten Hag's management at the Dutch champions, is 6/4.
These are the most obvious transfer targets but there are likely to be more deals at Old Trafford this summer as Ten Hag begins his rebuild of Manchester United.