CHECK out how Manchester United’s title-winning heroes fared throughout the 2012-13 Premier League season.
THERE were still plenty of doubts over the young keeper’s ability to cope with the physical aspect of the Premier League.
The Spaniard has worked hard on that side of his game, while some of his shot-stopping has been superb. Mark (out of 10): 8
THERE is little doubt the Frenchman is not the force of old but he is still some player and a major inspirational figure in the Old Trafford dressing room.
Has managed to more than double his previous goals tally for the club by getting four this season. 7
THE most improved player at the club this season. United’s young Brazilian, 22, is turning into one of the most exciting full-backs in the world.
His defending has developed and he is a real threat going forward. What a goal that was at QPR. 8
HIS knee injury kept him out for most of last season and recurring problems have punctuated this campaign too.
He was slow to get going on his most recent return but of late we have seen the captain back to somewhere near his formidable best. 6
HIS contract is up at the end of this season and the 34-year-old has done enough to earn at least another year.
The club are managing his injury concerns to get the best out of him, while his reading of the game is as good as ever. 7
THERE was a time when many thought his future in football lay elsewhere but this campaign has proved why the manager has kept faith.
Probably his best season as he has taken responsibility at the back in the absence of Ferdinand and Vidic. 8
HAS not started as often as he would have liked this season but remains a reliable squad member to be called upon either at right-back or centre-half.
When Ferdinand and Vidic retire, the 23-year-old England defender will be there to pick up the baton. 7
SPLITS opinion among United fans. But he is an adaptable squad member as a defender or defensive midfielder, who will only get better.
A grounded and determined player and, at just 21, we will see the very best of him in two or three years’ time. 6
THE 38-year-old midfielder’s career will finally come to an end this summer after he came out of retirement 15 months ago.
Injury has wrecked his final season but not the memories of a player still rated by United legend Paddy Crerand as the club’s greatest-ever. 6
THE central midfielder has been the player of the season for United alongside Robin van Persie.
He has finally stepped from Paul Scholes’ shadow to dictate games and has been essential to title-winning success in his best season for the club. 9
THE stocky midfielder never fulfilled his potential. He has rarely stamped his authority on a game and his goals record of nine in almost 170 matches is poor.
He arrived at United at the same time as Nani — and will surely be leaving with him as well. 4
WE have been waiting for the player who did so well at Dortmund to step forward but he has only done so fleetingly.
A hat-trick at home to Norwich and his performance at West Ham last midweek have been the highlights — but expect much more next season. 6
INJURIES have wrecked his season but he remains the side’s best deliverer of a ball from wide positions.
The pressure will be on him next season when he is fit again to perform on a more consistent basis than he has this term. 5
THE excellent young midfielder will have been frustrated at starting only half this season’s league fixtures.
United always play with more pace when the 23-year-old is in the midfield and he still has huge potential for his club and country. 7
WHAT has happened to the winger from last season who at times was unplayable for opposing full-backs?
He looks to have lost his confidence — he no longer wants to beat a defender and put over a dangerous cross the way he did at his dangerous best. 4
CONTINUES to defy the ageing process. There is still nobody in the Premier League who controls a football better than 39-year-old Giggsy.
His through ball for Van Persie to get the FA Cup equaliser at Upton Park was the pass of the season. 7
WE have lost the Rooney of old — that edge which made him something very special has gone.
He still has 12 league goals but he could leave as United consider cashing in on a 27-year-old who should be among the world’s best. 7
IT is a case of thank you and goodbye to a player who could dazzle and frustrate in equal measure.
The manager just cannot rely on him and he will leave this summer as a player who never reached his full potential in the United shirt. 5
ROBIN VAN PERSIE
THE Dutch strike star left Arsenal last summer in search of title glory and he has grabbed it in an incredible first season at Old Trafford.
His goals and performances in the league have been inspirational as the Red Devils bounced back in style. 9
SIMPLY not enough goals. What he does well is counter-attack, hold the ball up, stretch back fours and open up space for others.
What he needs to work on is his finishing — because he gets the chances but fails to take them. 6
AN instinctive finisher with a good goals tally given that he has started less than a third of United’s league games this term.
Fergie wants to keep him but the player may be looking for regular first-team action elsewhere — perhaps Spain. 7