Paul Scholes doesn’t believe Manchester United will compete to your Premier League title in the following two years.
Even the ex-United and England midfielder believes the negative results this season show they stay at the Premier League behind last year’s top four.
United, who brought with Southampton past weekend, have just one victory in their four games, having additionally attracted with sailors after thrashing Chelsea on the opening day and lost.
Scholes said:”I believe you almost have to write United off to the subsequent two years – this group – until Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rid everything he wants out; has four or five move windows.
“United will be supporting Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham.
“I feel that this is United at the moment; you have to be patient with all the young players however the seasoned players have to measure up.
“We have noticed over and over how many mistakes experienced players are making. It is difficult for young players to develop to a group like that.”
Scholes suggested that Solskjaer made the wrong decision to withdraw Juan Mata following Jannick Vestergaard cancelled out Dan James’ opener in the 1-1 draw at St Mary’s past weekend.
“I am frustrated. It looked like from once the moment Juan Mata went away, actually. I was surprised as I thought if anybody will create something it’s Juan Mata,” Scholes said.
“However, it wasn’t the young players that I was frustrated with, it was more the knowledgeable players. When Matic came on he constantly gave away the ball, Ashley Young gave the ball away.
“These are those that young gamers are looking up to, the cases you are taking a look at.”

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