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Manchester United squad: Vote on who you think should stay or go

Man Utd squad: Vote on who you think should stay or go
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Vote in Sports Mole's poll to determine which Manchester United players should stay and which should go.

Manchester United's 2018-19 campaign will go down as one of the most tumultuous in the club's recent history.

The Red Devils ended the campaign in sixth place - the fourth time in the past six seasons they have missed out on the top four - and could only watch on as their two greatest rivals set new standards at the summit.

United's final points tally of 66 left them 32 behind champions Manchester City, and only once in the Premier League era have they ever amassed fewer in a top-flight campaign.

As bad as matters on the field were - typified by taking one point from their final two games against relegated duo Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City - off-field issues dominated just as many headlines.

The first half of the campaign was dogged with suggestions of fallouts between manager Jose Mourinho and some star players, and there appeared to be a weight lifted off their shoulders when Mourinho was sacked in December.

United subsequently won 14 of their first 17 games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but that proved to be a false dawn and the Red Devils won just two of their final 12 matches across all competitions - including none of their last six.

Fingers have been pointed at the players for such poor performances; Paul Pogba has been the most maligned, but the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Anthony Martial and even David de Gea - so often United's saviour - have been heavily questioned.

Here, Sports Mole gives you the chance to vote on whether United should keep or ditch every member of the current squad ahead of the start of the summer transfer window.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watches on during the Premier League game between Huddersfield Town and Manchester United on May 5, 2019
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2Manchester CityMan City96122992019
3Leicester CityLeicester9522168817
4Chelsea95221914517
5Arsenal94321312115
6Crystal Palace9423810-214
7Tottenham HotspurSpurs93331513212
8Burnley93331211112
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10Bournemouth93331313012
11West Ham UnitedWest Ham93331113-212
12Aston Villa93241513211
13Wolverhampton WanderersWolves92521212011
14Manchester UnitedMan Utd9243109110
15Everton9315813-510
16Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton9234912-39
17Southampton9225916-78
18Newcastle UnitedNewcastle9225514-98
19Norwich CityNorwich92161021-117
20Watford9045521-164

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