Throughout the years Manchester United have given the football world plenty of talented and skilled players.
And, currently, numerous United academy graduates play football not only in the senior squad, but also in different clubs across Europe.
has recenty made a starting lineup, which is fully consisted of the Red Devils academy graduates.
In the position of the keeper is Dean Henderson, who is currently on loan at Sheffield United.
The 23-year-old is set to return to the Old Trafford this summer, and this season he has made 30 appearances with Sheffield, having conceded 24 goals and kept 11 assists.
In the defence here are Axel Tuanzebe, who currently plays for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, Everton's Michael Keane and Leicester's Jonny Evans.
Tuanzebe has made just eleven appearances for United this season, while Keane has featured in 25 games for the Toffees and even netted once.
This season Evans has played 32 matches for the Foxes, even has netted and assisted twice.
Paul Pogba, Scott Mctominay, Dwight McNeil, Andreas Pereira and Jesse Lingard form the midfield area.
Out of these players only McNeil presently doesn't play for United, as since 2014 the 20-year-old plays for Burnley and this season he has featured in 31 appearances.
Pogba has missed most of the campaign this term, due to injury and is reported to leave Old Trafford this summer.
Mctominay, Pereira and Lingard currently play for Solskjaer's side and this season they have made 27, 37 and 35 appearances, respectively.
Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood team up in the attacking line, while both play for the United's senior side.
The 22-year-old Rashford has been one of the key players in the squad, having scored 19 goals in 31 outings.
Greenwood was one of this season's revelations, with his 18 goals in 38 appearances.
At the age of 18, he became one of regular players at the Solskjaer's squad.