Danny Wallace will be the next ex-Red to feature in United Review's 'On The Spot' series - and we'd like you to suggest some questions.
London-born Wallace was Southampton's youngest player when he made his debut aged 16 years and 313 days (a record later broken by Theo Walcott). He helped the Saints to their highest-ever league finish in 1984 (second).
Signed for £1.2m in 1989, Wallace helped United to win the first trophy under Sir Alex after starting in the 1990 FA Cup final and its replay. However his first-team opportunities soon became limited by the emergence of Lee Sharpe and Ryan Giggs. A loan spell at Millwall was followed by a move to Birmingham in 1993. He spent 18 months at St Andrews before ending his playing career with Wycombe Wanderers.
Danny retired in 1996 when he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. He completed the London Marathon in 2006 to raise money for the Danny Wallace Foundation, which provides aid for fellow MS sufferers.
Please post questions for Danny in the Legends forum on our message board.