Gary Neville, a former Manchester United midfielder, has claimed that his former club may be able to make a comeback in the race to finish in the top four this season.
Neville expressed his dissatisfaction with Arsenal following their 4-1 defeat to Manchester City yesterday, despite the fact that the Gunners appear to be in a superior position to qualify for the Champions League than Manchester City.
Arsenal won 3-2 away at Watford, while Manchester United were defeated at the Etihad Stadium, putting them a point ahead of the Red Devils in the Premier League table. Arsenal also have three games in hand over Manchester United.
In the past, we’ve seen Arsenal give up on good chances. Neville is still not giving up on United, though, so that’s interesting!
Gary Neville on Arsenal’s top four hopes:
🗣 “I still think Man United could do it, I don’t trust Arsenal fully, I think it would be brilliant for Mikel Arteta and those young players. They’ve been fantastic.”
— Connor Humm (@TikiTakaConnor) March 6, 2022
Despite the fact that United were terrible against City on Sunday, they have typically showed some development since Ralf Rangnick took over as interim manager. As a result, this difficult match should not necessarily be interpreted as being overly representative of how the club is performing.