‘They’re in a real fight right now’ – Jamie Carragher claims Manchester United could struggle to finish in the top four
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has claimed Manchester United could miss out on a top four spot.
The former Liverpool defender believes the Red Devils are not yet guaranteed Champions League qualification.
The team, led by Erik ten Hag, currently sits in third place and is likely to maintain its position after the season ends. arsenal and Manchester City.
However, Jamie Carragher has argued that Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur could change the dynamic of the top four races entirely. liverpool The defender told Sky Sports:
“The result is to put Manchester United back in the pack in terms of top four. [Neville] They even said they would finish second. But now they look like they are having a real fight to get into the top four. Especially since Newcastle could face Manchester United next. The big thing for Tottenham is the fact that they played for both Newcastle and United.”
Carragher has been very impressed with Newcastle United this season and claims both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will improve significantly next season.
“As far as Liverpool and Tottenham go, I feel a little bit unsure about both clubs. I don’t think you can feel that at Newcastle. I see them very rarely and am not impressed. [international] The break may actually come at a bad time for them. Just because you’re feeling good doesn’t mean you can go next year. Chelsea and Tottenham will be stronger next season.”
Manchester United They have scored 50 goals in 26 games this season, while fourth-placed Spurs have 48 in 27 games.
Newcastle United have scored 47 goals in 26 appearances, while Liverpool are fifth with 42 goals in 26 appearances.
Brighton and Brentford also qualified for the Champions League with 42 and 41 points respectively.
Eric Ten Hag lavishes praise on the Manchester United star’s outstanding performances this season
Manchester United manager Eric ten Hag Praise Mountain On Marcus Rashford’s sensational show this season.
The Red Devils superstar is having the best season of his career so far under the lyrical Dutch manager about the forward.
As quoted by the Manchester Evening News, Ten Hag said:
“He progressed during the season. When he started the season he wasn’t at his best but the way he played gave him a base and brought his skills and his attitude and mentality and it was He brings a lot of things, he makes progress, he gives the team a lot of joy, he gives him a lot of goals, he gives us a lot of wins.”
The Manchester United number 10 has scored 27 goals and provided nine assists in 43 games across the competition. So he’s already surpassed his 2019-20 season record.