Gary Neville: Manchester United will win another Premier League title before Liverpool

Ross Houston
August 16, 2019

"Daniel Farke (Norwich boss) has largely placed his faith in the Canaries' side who won last season's Championship, but there is a huge gulf in class between the two leagues and I feel Norwich's Premier League stay will be fleeting".

Mo Salah has said that Pep Guardiola is wrong and if anyone gave the Manchester City manager the choice he would pick winning the Champions League over the Premier League.

Brighton will see if that win was a flash in the pan, when they entertain West Ham, who themselves need to recover from their chastening experience against Manchester City, while Sheffield United look to build on their opening day draw at Bournemouth when they entertain Crystal Palace, who will probably bring Wilfred Zaha back into their starting 11.

Salah's Liverpool are the antithesis of Man City, with consistent European success but no Premier League title.

It genuinely does not concern me because it can be corrected by a little bit of money on the stadium and good decisions in the boardroom and good decisions in the recruitment department.


"Every coach, every player wants to win it, dreams of winning it", Salah told CNN Sport.

"That's my opinion. I'm not talking about him, but my opinion".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side finished 31 points behind the Reds last season as they settled for sixth spot, while Jurgen Klopp's men came in second place.

City have never won the Champions League, despite the money pumped into the club, and have only once reached the semi-finals.

The summer transfer window is now in closed as Premier League clubs already start to turn their attentions to the potential recruitments they could make in January.


"So everyone was having that special moment".

The Merseyside outfit are expected to battle Manchester City for the league, but Neville is adamant they will come up short yet again.

"I think they'll win a league before Liverpool", He continued.

And if City are on 25 successive league wins by the time they visit Anfield - is it really that hard to imagine? - will the title race already be over bar the shouting?


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