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Ten Hag's future, Euro boost, transfer plan - Everything that's happened since Man United finished the season

The curtain came down on Manchester United's 2023/24 season in style at Wembley. A campaign that had looked like one to forget ended with a memory to last a lifetime and an FA Cup final success against Manchester City.

United were underdogs under the arch but Erik ten Hag delivered the perfect game plan, executed superbly by his players, to end a dismal season on a high.

But that memorable day is receding into the distance and plans are well underway for a busy summer at Old Trafford, with so many issues for Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos to sort through in what is their first transfer window since taking charge of the club's football operations.

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United's season might have ended a week later than the majority of their Premier League rivals, but plenty has already happened since the final whistle blew on 2023/24. This is a recap of what has developed so far.

Ten Hag's future

There has been one topic that has dominated above all others over the last couple of weeks and that is the uncertainty around the future of Ten Hag.

Ineos are conducting an end-of-season review that will have a significant impact on the future of the 54-year-old but the process has now become an unedifying one and Ten Hag is being treated shabbily.

Despite lifting the FA Cup just a couple of weeks ago, the Dutchman hangs on to his job while Ineos conduct talks with potential replacements. Thomas Tuchel is now out of the running and Gareth Southgate remains unattainable.

United haven't put a timeframe on a decision but clarity is required and a conclusion