Right-back Viv was one of Sir Alex Ferguson's first signings at Old Trafford, being unveiled to the media alongside Brian McClair in July 1987.
He arrived with an excellent CV, having played a major part in Nottingham Forest's two European Cup triumphs in 1979 and 1980. He also won the league title and the League Cup with Brian Clough's men before switching to Arsenal in 1984.
After playing 328 games for Forest and 120 for Arsenal, Viv was unfortunate to have his stats at United curtailed by injuries. He clocked up 69 games for the Reds between 1987 and 1991, prior to his free transfer to Sheffield Wednesday in January 1991.
Viv also earned 30 international caps and is notable for being the first black footballer to play for England.
Viv finished his distinguished playing career at Barnsley, where he was appointed player-boss in 1993. He then became Bryan Robson's assistant manager at Middlesbrough.
More recently, Viv has been a popular pundit on MUTV. Tonight (Wednesday 9 December) he'll be the special guest on Wednesday Night At The Red Cafe, the weekly programme broadcast live from Old Trafford at 18:30 GMT.
Please post your questions for Viv on our message board and we'll submit the best ones to him on your behalf.