Paul Scholes writes off Manchester United’s title chances for two years

Paul Scholes doesn’t think Manchester United can compete for the Premier League title in the following two years.
The England along with ex-United midfielder believes the results this season reveal they remain at the Premier League behind last season’s top four of the side.
United, who drew last weekend, have only 1 victory from their four matches, having drawn with Wolves after thrashing Chelsea on the opening day, and lost.
Scholes said:”I think you almost have to compose United off for the subsequent two years – that group – until Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rid what he wants out; includes four or five move windows.
“United are going to be supporting Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham.
“I think this is United in the minute; you need to be patient with all the young players but the professional players have to measure up.
“We’ve noticed over and over how many errors experienced gamers are creating. It’s difficult for young players to come to a team such as this.”
Scholes suggested that Solskjaer made the choice to draw Juan Mata following Jannick Vestergaard cancelled out Dan James’ opener at the 1-1 draw at St Mary’s past weekend.
“I am frustrated. From once the instant Juan Mata went off it looked like. I was surprised as I thought if anyone will create something it’s Juan Mata,” Scholes said.
“But it was not the players I was frustrated with, it was more the seasoned players. Ashley Young gave the ball away, when Matic arrived he always gave away the ball.
“These are those that young players are looking up to, the cases you’re taking a look at.”

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