2022/23 has been a decent season for Manchester United under Erik ten Hag.
The Red Devils won the League Cup earlier this year, handing them their first trophy since 2017.
They are also in the final of the FA Cup and look set to just about secure 4th place in the Premier League, meaning they will have Champions League football next term.
However, Manchester United fans will no doubt be hoping they can improve their team over the summer and challenge for the Premier League title in 2022/23, as well as giving a decent account of themselves in the Champions League.
On paper, Manchester United need at least one centre-forward, a left-winger to provide cover for Marcus Rashford, a central midfielder, at least one central defender and maybe even a replacement for David de Gea.
However, Manchester United could be hammered by FFP and, according to The Athletic, they are likely to only be able to have a budget of £100m, with any extra coming from player sales.
It is added that the budget will be the same whoever is in charge of the club next season.