Man United can win the Champions League, declares Louis Saha

Louis Saha says Manchester United can find "relief" from their stuttering domestic form by winning the Champions League

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
david moyes
David Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson this summer Photo: Chevrolet

Manchester United can find “relief” from their stuttering domestic form by winning the Champions League this season, according to Louis Saha.

David Moyes’ Red Devils are currently eighth in the Premier League table and 10 points behind leaders Arsenal after a disappointing start to their title defence.

However, United have been in impressive form in Europe’s elite club competition, winning four and drawing two to top their group and set up a last-16 clash against Olympiakos.

And former Red Devils striker Saha is confident that Moyes’ men can go far in this season’s competition.

“Yes, they can win it,” Saha told Metro. “Moyes has to go as far as he can in the competition. The Champions League has been a relief from the Premier League for him.

“You can’t make mistakes in Europe but United are so strong every year from December to May so who knows?”

Man United legend Ryan Giggs
‘The fans will want that’: Ryan Giggs delivers his verdict on Man United loss
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
‘It might happen’: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer delivers latest Man United transfer update
Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp replies when asked if new Liverpool FC signing could face Chelsea FC
Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool FC make loan offer for 23-year-old FC Barcelona forward – report
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Micah Richards predicts where Man United will finish this season
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Piers Morgan (Photo: Piers Morgan / Twitter)
Piers Morgan reacts to Arsenal’s 2-1 win over West Ham United
Top 50 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Man United stars feature
Top 50 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Man United stars feature
Novak Djokovic
Rome Masters 2020: Djokovic faces Schwartzman in pursuit of record 36th Masters
Gary Neville
Gary Neville demands Man United strengthen in key position after Palace loss
Jamie Carragher
Jamie Carragher reacts to Liverpool FC’s 2-0 win at Chelsea FC