Manchester United Will Not Win The EPL Title Despite Cristiano Ronaldo’s Return – Gary Neville Boldly Says

Sensational Manchester United legend, Gary Neville has guaranteed that the club will not win the Premier League regardless of Cristiano Ronaldo’s return.

As indicated by the ex defender, United have a lot of individual quality yet there is a muddled style of play and practically zero attachment that is needed to win the Premier League.

Manchester United, who haven’t won the EPL title since 2012-13, made some extra signings throughout the mid year transfer market. Jadon Sancho was bought for a whopping £73million before Raphael Varane from Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus.

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Garry Neville accepts that the prominent appearances have assumed a part in the current absence of cohesiveness.

This is what he had to say;

”I said it even when they were winning, even when Cristiano Ronaldo scored, they don’t play well enough as a team to win this league in my view.

They don’t play well enough as a team. I think you have to be a unit in and out of possession, and when you only deliver in moments, those moments won’t go for you in certain games.

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He further added; You need patterns of play, you need a way of playing, and at this moment in time I still see a group of individuals in moments, with some patterns and combinations at times, but still a team where some are pretty new together, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane, but they’ve got to come together as a team and start to define a style of play. Then you start to get results when you don’t play well.

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I have called them the odd bunch, because I still look at them and think of them as a team who win games in moments.

I look at Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City, they are teams. They put team performances in. That’s not to say United never do, but Ole now has to get United into a team.”