Manchester United are back in the Champions League but a bright future under Erik ten Hag remains clouded by uncertainty over the ownership of the English giants.
Ten Hag ensured a top-four finish in his first season in charge of the Red Devils on Thursday with a 4-1 demolition of Chelsea.
The Dutchman has also ended United’s six-year trophy drought by lifting the League Cup in February and the best could even be yet to come should Ten Hag’s men upset Manchester City’s charge towards the treble at Wembley on June 3.
Ten Hag has performed a miraculous turnaround since getting off to the worst start of any United manager since 1921.
Embarrassing defeats to Brighton and Brentford in his first two matches are now long forgotten.