A stunning first-half hat trick from Robin van Persie propelled United to their 20th championship, a 13th under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson and bookies fancy them to make it 21 in the 2013/14 campaign.
Coral also quote the champions at 1/4 to pick up any trophy next term and offer 1/8 about Ferguson still being at the helm when the season gets under way in August.
However, Coral are less confident that Wayne Rooney will start next season at at Old Trafford, quoting the England striker at 3/1 to depart over the summer.
“Manchester United fully deserve to be crowned champions, but with both Man City and Chelsea guaranteed to invest heavily during the summer transfer window, United will have to be at their very best to successfully defend their title,” Coral’s Tim Reynolds told Betrescue.
“United though have already been linked with a number of star names and an introduction of one or two players could easily see Sir Alex and Man United claim a 14th Premier League title,” added Reynolds.
At the bottom, Monday’s result leaves Villa three points above the drop zone having played a game more than Wigan and Coral price the pair at 15/8 and 4/6 respectively for the drop.
**Premier League 2013/14 season
13-8 Man United, 15-8 Man City, 9-2 Chelsea, 14 Arsenal, 20 Tottenham, 28 Liverpool, 150 Everton, 1250 West Brom, 1500 Swansea, 5000 Cardiff
**Wayne Rooney to be at Man United start of next season
1-5 Yes, 3 No
**Man United to win a major trophy 2013/14 season
1-4 Yes, 7-2 No
**Alex Ferguson to still be Man United manager at the start of the 2013/14 season
1-8 Yes, 5 No
**Next Man United manager
2 Jose Mourinho, 5 David Moyes, 5 Pep Guardiola, 10 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, 20 Jurgen Klopp
**Premier League relegation
4-6 Wigan, 15-8 Aston Villa