Former Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher believes the club should win the Premier League title in 2-3 years and ‘can’t allow’ a 30-year title drought like Liverpool.
The Red Devils have won their last Premier League title under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2012/13 season.
Since then, Man United has once finished second under Jose Mourinho, which is the best result for the team that has been dominating in the league.
“Manchester United cannot allow that (30-year drought). The current run is bad enough as it is.” Fletcher told beIN Sports.
“We need to see Manchester United winning the league in the next two or three years down the line.
“That’s being realistic. The bar has been raised in terms of what it takes to win the league.”
Fletcher also believes Man United are capable of making an impact in the title race, as he thinks Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp won’t coach Manchester City and Liverpool, two main title contenders after 2-3 years, which is a warning for Ole-Gunnar Solskajer to prepare the team for the trophy.