Bookmakers PaddyPower have released odds on who will captain Manchester United for their opening Premier League fixture against Chelsea on 11 August.
David de Gea is current favourite at 11/10, while Ashley Young - who captained the side for parts of last season - is priced at 4/1. Want away midfielder Paul Pogba, who's future at the club remains uncertain amid interest from Real Madrid and Juventus, is second-favourite at 9/4.
The France international wore the armband for the Red Devils towards the back-end of last term, though following his recent behaviour - which has included stating that he would not be against a move away from the club - it is hugely unlikely that he will be gifted the honour of skippering the side again.
Defenders Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof are priced at odds of 16/1 and 20/1 respectively, while midfielder Nemanja Matic finds himself at 33/1 to take control of the armband.
Lingard at 100/1, anyone?
21-year-old forward Marcus Rashford - who has just signed a new contract with the club worth a reported £200,000-a-week - is priced at 50/1, as is young Scotland international Scott McTominay, who impressed when called upon last season. Jesse Lingard is a whopping 100/1 to be handed the captain's responsibilities against Chelsea.
It is not just current players that PaddyPower have priced up for this particular bet, though, with potential transfer targets also getting a mention in the specialist market.
Leicester City's Harry Maguire is as short as 16/1 to skipper the side in just under six week's time, which is quite frankly absurd considering a deal bringing him to the north west now looks extremely unlikely, after the Foxes' £75m valuation of their prized asset.
Ajax's teenage sensation Matthijs de Ligt is also in the running, priced at 40/1 - the same as current defender Phil Jones.
Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes is 33/1 - the same as Matic - to take control of the armband against the Blues. It's being reported that United have now agree personal terms with the 24-year-old ahead of a potential transfer, though it is incredibly difficult to see him being handed the captaincy straight away, if ever at all.
Our money's on de Gea, safe pair of hands.