Peter Schmeichel:Schmeichel - labelled as the ‘bargain of the century’ by Sir Alex Ferguson - is for some, the best keeper ever to play for the Red Devils. The Dane won five Premier League titles, three FA Cups, the League Cup, and the Champions League in 1999 at United. He is widely regarded as the greatest goalkeeper in Premier League history, the Dane's heroic efforts provided clean sheets aplenty and the security at the back which was so key to United's success throughout the 1990s. Schmeichel, recruited for around £500,000, knew how to intimidate opposition strikers by making optimum use of his frame and at times appeared just as fearful for his defenders, who would frequently receive a rollicking from him. Capped eight glorious years with the club by skippering United - in the absence of the suspended Roy Keane - in the 1999 Champions League final as Ferguson's men secured the treble. The goalkeeper position would prove to be a problem for United after Schmeichel's departure until Edwin van der Sar arrived from Fulham in 2005.