Memphis Depay - B+
Memphis Depay is a very talented young player, and he has already shown what he is capable of in some of the matches he has played for United this season.
The Netherlands international has scored just one goal and created only four chances in eight Premier League appearances.
In two Champions League games this campaign, Depay has scored one goal and created three chances.
Matteo Darmian - B-
Matteo Darmian was looking like one of the best signings of the summer in the opening weeks of the 2015-16 Premier League campaign.
The summer signing from Torino has established himself as a the first-choice right-back at United, but in recent weeks his performances have not been great.
The 25-year-old Italy international’s displays for Louis van Gaal's side have been mixed, and there is still more to come from him.
Bastian Schweinsteiger - B+
Bastian Schweinsteiger arrived from Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window with a strong reputation, but the Germany international has not been exactly great.
Like Darmian, the performances of the 31-year-old have been mixed. Against Arsenal, the former Bayern star struggled badly, but in other matches his intelligence and ability to lead the midfield have shown.
Fitness remains a concern for Schweinsteiger, but he is likely to perform better as the season progresses.
Morgan Schneiderlin - B
Morgan Schneiderlin is not getting the playing time at United that he used to get at Southampton, but that is mainly because of manager Louis van Gaal’s rotation policy.
The France international midfielder has done well in the matches he has played in, though, creating two chances and having a pass accuracy of 91% in seven Premier League appearances.
The jury is still out on the 25-year-old, but how well he does in the coming months will depend on how regularly he plays for United.
Sergio Romero - B-
Sergio Romero has kept three clean sheets in four Premier League appearances for United this campaign, but he has not looked entirely convincing between the posts.
The Argentina international goalkeeper started in the opening weeks in the absence of David de Gea, but now that he Spain international is back in favour, he is warming the substitutes’ bench.
Romero’s mistake against Swansea City at Liberty Stadium in August sticks out, but he is not a bad back-up goalkeeper to have in the squad.
Anthony Martial - A+
Anthony Martial has been arguably the best teenager in the Premier League so far this season and has been absolutely stunning for the Red Devils.
The France international striker has scored three goals and created three chances in four Premier League appearances.
The 19-year-old has not scored in the Champions League yet for United, but the youngster has created three chances in two matches in Europe’s premier club competition.
The summer signing from AS Monaco has looked calm and composed in front of goal. United appear to have found a gem in Martial.