15/06/2013 23:00, Report by Mark Froggatt
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Moyes' boys: Wingers

On 1 July, David Moyes will officially inherit a star-studded squad to mount his assault on the Barclays Premier League during the 2013/14 season.

And the former Everton manager will be spoilt for choice. Here, having analysed his batch of goalkeepersfull-backs and centre-halves, we assess the wingers that will be at his disposal. Click on their names to also view extensive profiles...

Ryan Giggs: Where do you start? The Reds legend is the most decorated British player of all time and tops the appearance charts at Old Trafford. Although he has adopted a central role in recent years, his form on the flank last term proved he’s not yet done with the art of wing wizardry.

Antonio Valencia: Having swept the board at the 2011/12 end-of-season awards, the Ecuadorian was handed the iconic no.7 shirt at United, an honour reserved for a special few. His form dipped a little last term, but a vast improvement at the business end hints at a bright future under Moyes.

Ashley Young: Although injury blighted his 2012/13 season, the former Aston Villa star showed glimpses of his unquestionable talent and, of course, bagged his first title winners’ medal. His pace, trickery and crossing remains a formidable weapon that must be utilised.

Nani: Since joining in 2007, the Portuguese ace has become one of United’s most potent players who can turn a match on its head with a single flick of his right or left boot. With a trick book to rival compatriot and ex-Red Cristiano Ronaldo, he is a man not to be messed with.

Wilfried Zaha: Quite simply, the former Crystal Palace starlet is one of the most exciting prospects in the English game. Although originally signed in January 2013 but loaned

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