Crystal Palace Manager Patrick Vieira Has Admitted That Manchester United Are in The Title Race.


Manchester United are currently on the rise, having won the last nine games in a row.

Their excellent form means they are currently fourth, level on points with third-placed Newcastle United, who have played a game more.

The Red Devils are just one point behind the defending champion Manchester City, who are in second place after their famous victory in the Manchester Derby.

United’s great form

This magnificent result has spurred the hopes of the fans, and many incline them to participate in the talks about the title at the end of the season.

There was mixed talk in the United dressing room about the team’s chances of winning their 21st Premier League title.

Manager Erik ten Hag and Luke Shaw dismissed such conversations and instead said they were still a long way away and that they needed to focus on the upcoming games rather than get involved in such conversations.

However, star defender Raphael Varane assured that the team is capable of winning and hopes to continue in the same spirit.

Arsenal are currently nine points behind United, but they have yet to play Manchester City twice and will face United on Sunday after losing the previous match at Old Trafford.

Ahead of this potential six-point tie, United will travel to London to face a fickle Crystal Palace team coached by former Gunners legend Patrick Vieira.

United — title contender

United will be hoping to avoid an embarrassing performance in the last game of the previous season, where they lost 0-1 with Ten Hag that day.

Vieira was asked about United’s form during his press conference before the game, and he said that, in his opinion, the 20-time champions of the English League certainly show championship form.

“If you look at the last couple of games they’ve played, the number of wins they’ve won and how close they are to the top, I think they’ll be [in the title race], yes. It’s a different United [compared to last season],” Vieira said.

Arsenal fans are hoping their former midfield star can do them a big favour on Wednesday by beating United at Selhurst Park.


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