Manchester United are far from the level of Liverpool and Manchester City this season.
Everything is a mess for the Red Devils, as they started the season with bad performances, sacked manager and failed to win a trophy. Moreover, they still remain in the hunt for the top-four places alongside three other clubs.
Ahead of the crucial clash against Manchester City, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had admitted he does not think his side can win the Premier League next season.
"I don't think we've got the consistency to do that (win the league)," he said. "You cannot expect things to happen overnight and we know that. It will happen gradually and we have to be realistic enough as a club that we have to take it to step by step.
"That's not changing 10 players now and bringing 10 players in. It's slowly, slowly but surely. It has to be the right quality, the right personality, the right standards to get us back to where we want to be."
Source- Daily Mail