Romero, Young, Bailly, Smalling, Blind, Carrick, Pogba, Fellaini, Mata, Mkhitaryan, Ibrahimovic.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson was loaned out to Wolves this season with the hopes of giving the young Manchester United defender some needed game time.
Under Louis van Gaal, it appeared as though Borthwick-Jackson was the next in line to the left-back spot after Luke Shaw.
However, Shaw is well out of favour with Jose Mourinho, meaning United have played Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo at left-back, with all three of them failing to impress.
Henrik Larsson spent two months on loan at Manchester United during the 2006-07 season and helped us win the league.
The Swede has claimed in an interview with FourFourTwo that only staying for a short time and not staying until the end of the season, and another one after that, is the only thing he regrets about his career.
Radamel Falcao returned to Manchester this evening after his disappointing season on loan at Manchester United in 2014-15.
His Monaco side took on Manchester City at the Etihad and he scored the equalising goal for the French team before they scored a second away goal.
"I want to thank Manchester United and all its fans of every word and gesture of support they gave me in every match," he said when he loan ended.
It appears as though Luke Shaw is still out of favour with Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho. The left-back has not travelled to France for the game against St Etienne despite not being injured.
Mourinho has claimed that if Shaw wants to play, he needs to work harder, and follow the example of Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Ahead of Manchester United's second leg game against St Etienne, Anthony Martial attended the press conference and spoke in French to the media.
It is just because last year I played a lot, I had the possibility to play back-to-back games. Now I enjoy playing and we have to wait.
Wayne Rooney has missed Manchester United's last four games with injury and Jose Mourinho has confirmed the captain will not return for tomorrow's game against St Etienne.
While Rooney will certainly miss the Europa League fixture, Mourinho has said it is yet unknown whether he will recover in time to play in the League Cup final against Southampton on Sunday.
They say you should never meet your heroes, for therein lies only disappointment. Sage advice, no doubt. So, when I was asked to go and interview Paul Scholes for Republik of Mancunia, did I heed it? No. I cleared my diary and told everyone I knew, and even a few people I didn't know.
The way you feel about some footballers can be difficult to put into words.
Manchester United have been drawn against Chelsea away in the quarter final of the FA Cup.
Paul Scholes had a reputation of shying away from the camera when he was a Manchester United player. Following Scholes' 500th game for United, where he scored in our 2-0 win over Liverpool, Sir Alex Ferguson laughed when he was asked whether Scholes would be following him for an interview.
Since retiring, Scholes has become a pundit for BT Sport and has beenvery critical of the managers that have followed Ferguson, particularly Louis van Gaal.
Manchester United take on St Etienne in the Europa League this evening with the hope of getting ourselves in a good position for the return leg, to boost our chances of reaching the round of 16.
While this competition clearly has never been the priority of anyone at United, it is a way in to the Champions League and it is a trophy that we've never won before.
Even though Manchester United are currently sixth in the EPL most fans will agree that the team has improved this season. After a sluggish start the team has built up a head of steam and if they can keep it up until the end of the campaign they have a great chance of qualifying for the champions league.
Eric Bailly has looked a great signing for Manchester United since joining in the summer. While injury and the African Cup of Nations has kept him out of the team more often than we would like, it is clear he has the makings of a world class defender.
Ahead of our game against St Etienne, which Jose Mourinho has confirmed Bailly will start in, our young defender has sung the praises of the manager and coaches for helping him settle so quickly in to the club.
In the summer of 2003, Ronaldinho was set to sign for Manchester United from PSG. The Brazilian was tipped to be the best player in the world so to lose out on him was hugely disappointing. The blow was softened by us signing Cristiano Ronaldo although at the time we obviously didn't know what sort of player he was going to develop in to.