Young maple with a broken leader
I planted a Firefall maple tree in late-2017, and about a year ago (say, April 2019) the leader broke off. There are now two branches growing near the top - one adjacent to the former leader and the other slightly below it. There's also a much smaller branch that's growing more-or-less up the middle. The offset "fork" this creates is about 6' off the ground. I'm wondering about how to best move ahead with this tree. Should I select one of the stronger branches as the new leader and remove the others (if so, which one)? Or should I remove both larger branches to allow the smaller, center branch to take over? Other options appear to be either doing nothing and live with the Y or completely removing and replacing the tree. Your expertise is appreciated!
Ramsey County Minnesota