For most Manchester United supporters, this transfer window will be the first in living memory that has not seen Sir Alex Ferguson oversee the various incomings and outgoings at the club.
The task this time has been bestowed upon David Moyes, and it’s fair to say the former Everton manager has not enjoyed the easiest transfer window so far.
For what feels like one of the first times ever, United have had difficulty in bringing in the players they want, whilst every transfer story currently concerning them regards the potential departure of a certain England striker in Wayne Rooney.
With four weeks until the start of the season, Moyes will be hoping to step up his summer transfer activity and bring in some of his top targets.
Reports suggest a big name signing could be near, which will do a lot to appease United supporters who have found themselves somewhat disillusioned with affairs at the club so far this summer.
The fact the club have already missed out on reported top targets – the likes of Kevin Strootman – is something United fans are simply not used to, as is the fact they have one of their star players currently trying to engineer a move away.
It is proving a steep learning curve for Moyes, and here we have identified five things we have learnt from his summer transfer activity so far.