Man United are nowhere near being back, says Andy Gray

Andy Gray says Manchester United haven't beaten any clubs of note

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Andy Gray says Manchester United are far from being back to their best.

The Red Devils have notched four successive Premier League victories, lifting Louis van Gaal’s side up to fourth in the table.

However, former Everton forward Gray believes United haven’t beaten any clubs of note aside from a 2-1 victory over Arsenal last month.

“Although they have had four wins in a row, three of them were against Crystal Palace, Hull and Stoke and you would expect decent United side to win those three games,” Gray told talkSPORT.

“The only team of any note they have beaten was Arsenal and they were second best for massive spells.

“They are far from back Manchester United and I think it is a game Southampton will fancy.”

United make the trip to St Mary’s on Monday night to face third-place Southampton.

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