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Despite Early Struggles Still Arteta's Team Can Finish Ahead Of Ole Gunnar's United By End Of Year

Manchester United and Arsenal have been the two premier league clubs with highest level of fan base across the globe. Over the years the respective clubs have been competitive enough. Especially domestically on all fronts as well as in European football.

But unfortunately for the red side of London they have managed just 3 premier league titles in the top flight English football. While the red side of Manchester has a total of 13 since the 1992.

Meanwhile after the departure of both Arsene Wenger from Gunner's as well as Sir. Alex Ferguson from Manchester United. The two managers who brought a lot of glory to the two clubs. There hasn't been any signs of dominance from the two clubs.

With current managers Arteta and Ole Gunnar struggling to impress despite last summer spend spree. Which saw Arsenal splash a whooping £160m while Manchester United spent £138m in summer signings.

But now after four clean sheets for Arsenal these season. As well as having played big boys both Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham. They have a relatively less stronger opponents these October and November than Manchester United.

The red devil's will have a really tight run of fixtures going into October and November months. With Champions league must win fixtures sandwiched. Between very important and difficult premier league matches.

Ole hasn't played any of the title contenders these season. And these makes him in a more weaker position than Gunner's to finish these season on higher positions than Londoners.

Then considering the red devil's have as well struggled against Southampton, Wolverhampton and Everton teams outside top four in that respect. As well as Villareal and Young Boys in Champions league football.

These is an alert to the Norwegian that his team is surely in danger of missing out on top four. Despite having not played other teams of the same caliber. And definitely pressure is on the manager to deliver after club hierarchy backed him up with Sancho, Varane and Ronaldo last summer.

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