Erik ten Hag can relax on Sunday after his team's 4-1 thrashing of Chelsea in their last match secured Champions League football for next season. The only thing left to decide is whether or not they will finish third or fourth.
Ten Hag will be able to prepare for the FA Cup final at Wembley against Pep Guardiola and Manchester City, who are chasing a treble. Here are the latest headlines coming out of Old Trafford.
United lost the Women's Super League despite beating Liverpool 1-0 on Sunday at Prenton Park. The Red Devils were only two points behind Chelsea in the table. The Blues won the title after a 3-0 victory over Reading.
United boss Marc Skinner said to reporters: "We can control only the controllable (sic). We won the match, but we lost [the title].Congratulations to Chelsea. They are champions for this season. I'm certain they will keep us in mind going into the next season.
"The growth that we have experienced is immense. How often in sports can you see a team that was founded five years ago qualify for the Champions League? If I were Manchester City, Arsenal, and Chelsea, I would be very afraid of us."
Vilde Boe-Risa, United's midfielder, added: "We tried our best."The game was good, I scored an important goal, and then it came down to Chelsea. We finished second and are proud of our season.
United will lose PS2.2 million in prize money if they finish fourth in the Premier League at the end of the season. The team that finishes third in the table receives PS39.6m, while the team below them will take home PS37.4m.
Newcastle, who is currently fourth in the Premier League standings, is two points behind Ten Hag's team. United must therefore beat Newcastle's final result to secure third place. The Magpies will play their final match at Chelsea.
The United legend resigned on Wednesday as PSV manager after only a year. The season was successful, as the team won both the Dutch Cup (the Dutch Super Cup) and the Dutch Cup. They also finished second place in the Eredivisie.
Van Nistelrooy wrote, "10 years PSV - what a wonderful journey!"I was able to help young players with great teammates at the academy so that they could move on to Jong PSV or PSV 1 [first-team] or professional football at another team.
"The ultimate: becoming head coach of PSV 1. Win prizes for this wonderful club and its great supporters. We are grateful for your unwavering and constant support wherever we played. PSV will always be in the heart of my life and I will support the club and team forever."