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Manchester United's last Premier League winning squad - Who were the players and where are they now?

04:44 BST 21/04/2022
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The Red Devils last won the Premier League title in the 2012/13 season...

Manchester United, the most successful club in Premier League's history with 20 titles to their name, have not won the league for nearly a decade now.

The last time the club won the league title was during the 2012/13 season when Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge of the club. At the end of the 2012/13 season, Ferguson decided to bring the curtains down on his illustrious managerial career. In his last season, he guided Manchester United to their record 20th Premier League win.

Since Ferguson left the club, the Red Devils managed to finish second on two occasions in the last nine seasons. This season, they are currently in the fifth position and are fighting with Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United to finish among the top four teams.

They recently suffered a 4-0 defeat at the hands of rivals Liverpool which proved to be a huge blow to their top four aspirations.

  • David de Gea Man Utd 2021-22

    David De Gea - Goalkeeper

    The Spanish goalkeeper joined Manchester United in 2011 from Atletico Madrid. David De Gea has since become an integral part of the Red Devils team.

  • Anders Lindegaard Manchester United 17072015

    Anders Lindegaard - Goalkeeper

    The Danish goalkeeper joined Manchester United from Norwegian club Aalesund in 2010 and spent five seasons at the club. He later played for West Bromwich Albion and Burnley in the Premier League. He currently plays for Swedish top-tier side Helsingborg.

  • Rafael da Silva Manchester United Premier League 2014-15

    Rafael da Silva - Right Back

    The Brazilian full-back started his professional career at Manchester United in 2008 and played for seven seasons at the club. After leaving the Red Devils, Rafael played for Lyon, and İstanbul Başakşehir and in 2021 he joined Brazilian top division side Botafogo where he currently plies his trade.

  • Patrice Evra Manchester United

    Patrice Evra - Left Back

    The French full-back joined Machester United in 2006 from AS Monaco. He spent the next eight seasons at the club before moving to Juventus in 2014 where he played for three seasons. Evra returned to England for one last time in his career in February 2018 when he joined West Ham United on a free transfer. He retired from professional football in 2019.

  • Rio Ferdinand Rafael Manchester United

    Rio Ferdinand - Centre Back

    One of the finest English central defenders of all time, Rio Ferdinand joined Manchester United in 2002 from their rivals Leeds United for a record transfer fee of £30 million at that time.

    Ferdinand went on to play for 12 years at the club after which he joined Queens Park Rangers for a year in 2014 and retired from professional football in 2015.

    He's working currently as a TV pundit among numerous other roles.

  • Chris Smalling Manchester United Manchester City 12042015

    Chris Smalling - Centre Back

    The English defender joined Manchester United from Fulham in 2010 and spent 10 years at the club. In 2019, he was sent on loan to AS Roma and ahead of the 2020/21 season, Smalling made his move permanent with the Serie A club.

  • Nemanja Vidic | Man Utd's 20 greatest

    Nemanja Vidic - Centre Back

    The Serbian defender joined Manchester United in 2006 from Spartak and played at the club for eight seasons. After leaving the Red Devils in 2014, he spent two seasons at Inter Milan before calling it a day in 2016.

  • Antonio Valencia

    Antonio Valencia - Right Back

    The former Ecuador international joined Manchester United from Wigan Athletic in 2009 and played at the club for 10 seasons. After leaving the Red Devils, he played in Mexico and Ecuador. He retired from professional football in May 2021.

  • Phil Jones

    Phil Jones - Centre Back

    The English defender started his career at Blackburn Rovers in 2009 and after spending two seasons there he joined Manchester United in 2011. In 2019, Phil Jones signed a four-year contract and is still at the Theatre of Dreams. However, he has featured for United very sparingly, having struggled with injuries. 

  • Jonny Evans Manchester United 26082014

    Jonny Evans - Centre Back

    A Manchester United youth product, Jonny Evans was promoted to the senior side in 2005 and remained at the club till 2015. In between, he moved to Royal Antwerp and Sunderland on loan spells. From 2015 to 2018, he plied his trade with West Bromwich Albion and since 2018, Evans plays for Leicester City.

  • Alexander Buttner

    Alexander Buttner - Left Back

    The full-back joined Manchester United from Vitesse in 2012 and spent two seasons at the club. After leaving the Red Devils, Buttner played Dynamo Moscow, Anderlecht and New England Revolution in the MLS. In 2021, he joined Dutch top division side RKC Waalwijk.

  • Anderson Manchester United

    Anderson - Central Midfielder

    The Brazilian midfielder joined Manchester United at the age of 19 in 2007 from FC Porto and remained at the club until 2015. During the 2014/15 season, Anderson was sent on loan to Fiorentina.

    After leaving the Red Devils, he played at Brazilian clubs Internacional and Coritiba. From 2018 to 2020, he played at Turkish second division club Adana Demirspor before retiring from professional football in September 2020.

  • Ryan Giggs Manchester United Champions League 280511

    Ryan Giggs - Central Midfielder

    A one-club man and a legend at Manchester United played for the club for 24 years. Ryan Giggs is the most-capped Manchester United player of all time with 936 caps under his belt.

    Giggs was appointed as the player-cum-interim manager of Manchester United in the final four matches of the 2013-14 season after David Moyes was sacked. It was also his final season as a professional footballer.

    After retirement, he immediately became the assistant manager under Louis van Gaal and remained in that position for the next two seasons.

    In 2018, Giggs was appointed as the manager of the Wales national team a job which he quit in April 2021 due to personal reasons.

  • GER ONLY Shinji Kagawa Manchester United

    Shinji Kagawa - Right Wing

    The Japanese midfielder joined Manchester United in 2012 from Borussia Dortmund and spent two seasons in England before heading back to Germany to rejoin Dortmund. He later played for Besiktas, Real Zaragoza and currently plays for Greek top division side PAOK.

  • Michael Carrick

    Michael Carrick - Central Midfielder

    The English midfielder joined Manchester United in 2006 from Tottenham Hotspur and remained at the club until the end of his professional career in 2018. After retirement, he served the Red Devils as an assistant coach and worked under Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. After Solskjaer left the club in November 2021, he was appointed as the club's caretaker manager.

  • Tom Cleverley Manchester United 2012/13

    Tom Cleverley - Central Midfielder

    An academy graduate, Tom Cleverley was promoted to Manchester United's senior side in 2008 and remained at the club until 2015. In between, he played for clubs like Leicester City, Watford and Aston Villa on loan deals. He currently plays for Watford in the Premier League.

  • Paul Scholes Manchester United Champions League

    Paul Scholes - Central Midfielder

    A Manchester United academy graduate and a club legend, Paul Scholes, like Ryan Giggs, played at Manchester United throughout his life. After his retirement in 2013, Scholes along with the members of the Class of 92, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Phil Neville and Gary Neville bought Salford City in 2014. In September they sold a 50 per cent stake to Singaporean businessman Peter Lim.

    In 2015, Scholes along with Phil Neville became caretaker managers of Salford City. In 2017, he joined PVF Football Academy as their technical advisor.

    The English became the manager of Oldham Athletic in February 2019 but left his role within a month. In October 2020, he took over as the interim manager of Salford but left in November after the appointment of Richie Vellen as the club's new coach.

  • Ashley Young Manchester United Manchester City 12042015

    Ashley Young - Right Midfield

    The English international joined Manchester United in 2011 from Aston Villa and played for nine years at the club. In 2020, he joined Inter Milan and played for a season. In 2021, he moved back to England and joined Aston Villa.

  • Dwight Tiendalli Swansea Luis Nani Manchester United

    Nani - Right Wing

    The Portuguese attacker joined Manchester United from Sporting CP in 2007 and spent eight seasons at the club. In 2014, he spent a year on loan at Sporting. After leaving United, Nani played for clubs like Fenerbahce, Valencia, Sporting CP and Orlando City. In 2022, he joined Serie A side Venezia.

  • Wayne Rooney Manchester United Premier League 140914

    Wayne Rooney - Forward

    A Manchester United legend and former captain, Wayne Rooney joined the Red Devils in 2004 from Everton and played at the club for 13 years. In 2017, he returned to his former club Everton for a season before moving to MLS side DC United where he spent a season.

    In August 2019, Rooney returned to England to join Championship side Derby County as player-manager and in January 2021, he retired from professional football and became a full-time manager at the club.

  • Robin van Persie Manchester United

    Robin van Persie - Forward

    The star player joined Manchester United from Arsenal in 2012 and spent three seasons at the club. After leaving the Red Devils, he played for Fenerbahce and Feyenoord. He retired from professional football in 2019. After retirement, he currently works as a strikers' coach at Feyenoord.

  • Javier Hernandez Manchester United Chelsea Premier League

    Javier Hernandez - Forward

    The Mexican attacker played at Manchester United from 2010 to 2015. In the final season of his contract, Hernandez was sent on loan to Real Madrid. After leaving Manchester United he played for clubs like West Ham United, Sevilla and currently plies his trade at LA Galaxy.

  • Danny Welbeck Manchester United

    Danny Welbeck - Forward

    A Manchester United youth product, Welbeck made his professional debut for the club in 2008 and played until 2014. In between, he was sent on two loan spells to Preston North End and Sunderland. In 2014, he joined Arsenal and played there for five years. After leaving the Gunners, he spent a season at Watford before joining Brighton in 2020 where he currently plies his trade.