This is certainly a difficult task when not being able to choose all the strikers full of stars like Denis Law, Best, Eric Cantona, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Meanwhile, midfield also has no room for Paul Scholes. But perhaps the most difficult decision is to eliminate Ryan Giggs – who holds the record for the most appearances of all time and 13 Premier League titles.
Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel
Schmeichel is arguably Manchester United’s best goalkeeper of all time. He left an impression with extremely accurate and effective kick-off situations.
At his best, Schmeichel was an unbeatable name, and won countless titles with MU.
Defender: Gary Neville
Although not overrated in Generation 92, Gary Neville has proven his true worth. He dominated the right wing corridor, and combined with David Beckham to form an attack that was difficult to block.
Agile, brave and aggressive, these are qualities that make Neville more complete.
Centre-back: Rio Ferdinand
Ferguson has a great central defender, as Steve Bruce and Gary Pallister form a formidable partnership, Jaap Stam is a shield of steel, while Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic are the perfect mix and match.Advertisement
Stam is perhaps United’s most complete centre-back under Fergie – but in terms of composure and distribution, Ferdinand is the better man.
Centre-back: Duncan Edwards
Surely no dream team would be complete without the appearance of Duncan Edwards.
From teammates to opponents, it must be acknowledged that Edwards could have become the best player of all time, had he not died tragically in the Munich disaster.
Defender: Denis Irwin
It is difficult to choose between Patrice Evra and Denis Irwin for the best left-back position in MU history.
Irwin is one of the biggest bargains when the Red Devils only had to spend £ 625,000 to recruit him from Oldham.
During his years with MU, this legend has shown the level of a true star, excelling in both defense and attack support.
Midfielder: Sir Bobby Charlton
Not only a legend of MU, Sir Bobby Charlton is also a great symbol of English football.Advertisement
Luckily surviving the Munich disaster, he led the England team to win the 1966 World Cup and two years later the European Championship with MU.
After 758 appearances for the Reds, Sir Bobby Charlton pocketed a total of 249 goals.
Midfielder: Roy Keane
Roy Keane can be considered the best central midfielder in Man United history. He is famous for his fierce play and has had many fiery clashes with other strong personalities such as Patrick Vieira, Alan Shearer…
About 17 years since the legendary Republic of Ireland left Old Trafford, the Red Devils still have not been able to find a worthy star to fill the void left by Keane.
Midfielder: Bryan Robson
Bryan Robson – who wears the captain’s armband of Man United – is considered a leading flag for the Red Devils to reach success in a period when they have to see Liverpool dominate the domestic and foreign football scene.
Despite being a midfielder, Robson is still excellent at tackling, passing and scoring directly.
Winger: George Best
No one can deny that George Best is one of Manchester United’s greatest icons. If it weren’t for his alcoholism and bad habits off the pitch, his career might have taken it to the next level.
Striker: Denis Law
Before Eric Cantona, Denis Law was also called the “king” of Manchester United.
He was a top-class striker, an extremely responsive goalscoring machine, and was part of the rebuilding of Busby after the tragedy in Munich.
After 404 appearances for MU, Denis Law scored 237 goals. He is also the only person to have the honor of erecting a two-step statue in honor at Old Trafford.
Winger: Cristiano Ronaldo
Ronaldo’s best years may be long gone at Old Trafford, but the Portuguese superstar remains a huge part of Sir Alex Ferguson’s era of great success.
In a MU shirt, Ronaldo won three Premier League titles before moving to Real Madrid, where he broke countless records and took his name to new heights.