Man United can win the title, declares Michael Carrick

Michael Carrick believes that Manchester United still have a chance of winning the Premier League title

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Michael Carrick remains convinced that Manchester United can challenge for the Premier League title.

The Red Devils are third in the Premier League table after 15 games but are still eight points behind leaders Chelsea.

United host Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday, and midfielder Carrick feels that Louis van Gaal’s are still in with a chance of winning the title.

“It was a big weekend with Chelsea losing at Newcastle and other results going for us,” Carrick told United Review.

“If we are in and around the top by Christmas or January then we are right in there with a chance.

“I think with this squad that we have, which is gradually improving and building, then anything can happen. It is all won and lost in the last two or three months of the season, so the aim is definitely to challenge.”

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