Gary Neville and Roy Keane were not in agreement when it came to discussing Manchester United’s top four chances this season.
Back when the duo played for Manchester United, we would be tipped to win league titles rather than worry about qualification for the Champions League, but a lot has changed since then.
Just last season United missed out on a place in the Champions League after finishing sixth place in the Premier League.
However, with four wins on the bounce, Keane has faith that this group of United players will be back amongst the big boys at the end of the season.
Keane 🗣 "United."
Merse 🗣 "Arsenal."
Gary 🗣 "I think United still struggle to get in to the top four."
Jimmy 🗣 "United. Tottenham don't."
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“I think United are certs for the top four,” Keane said. “I think they’ve got a settled group now.”
On the other hand, Neville thinks United will struggle to get into the top four.
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