Make no mistake, Manchester United still have plenty to play for this season. They’ve already tasted silverware success under Jose Mourinho in the form of the Community Shield and the EFL Cup, but could add two more trophies to that haul by the end of the campaign, the FA Cup and Europa League title, whilst Champions League qualification via a top four finish isn’t mathematically beyond the Red Devils just yet.
Indeed, a lot could happen at Old Trafford between now and the end of May, but we’ve nonetheless reached that point in the season when prediction becomes intertwined with reflection; we all start looking back at what’s already happened, in the hope it can create an outline of the events yet to come.
And with in that mind, FootballFanCast are wheeling out the annual debate of who deserves the Player of the Season award at Old Trafford. Goalkeeper David de Gea has won it for the last three years, becoming the first ever United player to do so consecutively and now in with a shout of winning the honour for an unprecedented fourth time since it was renamed the Sir Matt Busby award in 1987.
But has someone outshone the Spaniard this time around? Let us know who you think deserves the award for 2016/17 by voting below, giving each player a thumbs up or thumbs down.