It is the season of the English Premier League.
While Liverpool completed a stunning comeback in Anfield, Tottenham travelled to Ajax and provided an even more stunning second half to make it an all English final in the Champions League.
Next we moved on to the Europa League where Arsenal thrashed Valencia and Chelsea provided nervy moments before joining the Gunners in the finals of the Europa League.
Manchester City are well on their way to the league title and will be entering Wembley to play their second domestic cup final in three months time.
So where does that leave the last big club. The sixth member of the top 6. Manchester United.
The Red Devils started the season horribly despite being one of the biggest spenders in the last few seasons in the market. Their boss Jose Mourinho was sacked and the club seemed to be in tatters.
He was replaced by old boy Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The ex United forward went on a winning spree which saw United’s fortunes turn and the club offered him a permanent job.
However, the honeymoon has ended since and United have just won 2 of their last 11 matches in all competitions. They are nowhere on the map in Europe and are falling far behind now what is soon becoming a top 5.
Is this the end of the great club?