United have had a turbulent season but are starting to find their feet again under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian has not only steadied the ship but aimed it for glory once again after a fine string of results.
Solskjaer has taken the Red Devils back into contention for a top four spot while also excelling in the Champions League after a brilliant comeback against Paris St-Germain.
And with a big summer coming up in the transfer market, Starsport takes a look at who United chief Woodward should splash the cash on.
The Napoli star is one of the most sought after defenders in the world at the moment and it is easy to see why.
The Senegalese centre-back ticks all the boxes when it comes to the modern-day player at the back.
He is commanding in the air, rapid on the ground, comfortable on the ball and possesses incredible on-pitch intelligence.
Jose Mourinho was a big fan of the 27-year-old before his dismissal but the Old Trafford officials are also suitably impressed and want to sign him this summer.
The major hurdle in their way is Napoli themselves, with president Aurelio de Laurentiis a notorious tricky negotiator.
A bid of at least £90m has already been talked up but the defender is the perfect man they need at the back.
This again? Yes, the Frenchman who was so close to a move to United made a mistake in turning his nose up to the Premier League.
The World Cup winner was stupendous for his country in Russia last summer and his future has been talked about recently once again.
Despite starring in his own documentary revealing he would stay at Atletico Madrid, reports have emerged that he is regretting that decision.
The Wanda Metropolitano outfit crashed out of the Champions League to Juventus despite being 2-0 up and Griezmann is starting to realise he will never win the Ballon d’Or while in Madrid.
And United would be the ideal location, especially with Solskjaer at the helm – who would work wonders with the 28-year-old.
The Red Devils’ attack has seen a huge boost thanks to the Norwegian, with Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard all seeing the benefits.
But with the style of play Solskjaer is trying to implement, Griezmann would slot right in – adding that sprinkle of gold dust that Woodward yearns for.
England superstars and Manchester United go together like fish and chips – think Wayne Rooney, David Beckham, Bryan Robson and Bobby Charlton.
And with one in the making in front of our very eyes, it is hard to see Sancho at any other club in England than United.
The Borussia Dortmund ace has been in stunning form, leading the European charts for the most assists with 12.
His trickery and confidence on the ball is reminiscent of a young Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford and, despite being just 18, his potential is unbounded.
Sancho is preparing to start his first competitive game for England when they take on Czech Republic tonight in the UEFA EURO qualifiers.
And it is believed that a bid of at least £100m may be necessary to prise him away from the Signal Iduna Park – but it is 100 per cent worth it.
With Sancho you are almost guaranteed a world-class superstar for a number of years and is exactly the kind of player United fans covet.
He would be an instant hit at Old Trafford – and for an added bonus would be a cheeky jibe at Manchester City, who unwittingly let the starlet go.
Ask any Crystal Palace fan who their best player is and you might be surprised to hear them not say Wilfried Zaha.
Instead, they would point to Wan-Bissaka as the true champions of the Eagles after an astronomical rise in the last two years.
And deservedly so, the Croydon-born star – who is a winger by trade – has made the shift to right-back look effortless.
The 21-year-old has made more tackles than anyone else in Europe’s top five leagues (109).
And perhaps most remarkably has been the amount of times a winger has passed him.
With many of Europe’s top tacklers being surpassed at an average of around 30 to 40 times, Wan-Bissaka has been beaten seven times. SEVEN.
United’s right-back options are measly, with Ashley Young holding the position but his time must surely be coming to an end soon.
Antonio Valencia is leaving and Diogo Dalot, though a talent, is not ready to fulfil an entire season’s worth of fixtures for the Red Devils.
The Belgian midfielder may only be 21 but has already caught the footballing world’s attention.
While at Anderlecht, scouts from all over the globe have been impressed with the player’s attributes at such an early age and the potential he showed.
Despite interest from a number of elite clubs, Tielemans decided to make the move to Monaco last summer.
The French outfit have a history of nurturing young talent properly before allowing them to move on if they fulfilled their potential – just look at the likes of Bernardo Silva, Anthony Martial and Kylian Mbappe.
But it has not worked out as Monaco’s season has been nothing less of a nightmare campaign – with Tielemans moving to Leicester on loan in January.
But at the Foxes, the midfielder has been able to showcase his true skills and his partnership with Jamie Vardy already looks lethal.
With Paul Pogba further forward and Nemanja Matic defending, there is room for a playmaking central midfielder in the side – especially considering the poor season Fred has had this year.