Manchester United are still in the hunt for a premier league trophy since Alex Ferguson retired as manager in 2013 and with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a manager, they hope they win it probably next season.
This is after a good comparative performance of Manchester United this season which has seen them stay on position two on the premier league table which is a promising sign that the Reds devils are back to winning ways.
However, with these expectations from fans, the former club's defender Rio Ferdinand has revealed why his former club won't be a title contenders next season.
According to Rio, United doesn't have a quality centre back to pair team captain Harry Maguire in defence which can help them win games even with one goal margin.
The Mirror reports that Rio doesn't believe in Lindolf or Eric Bailey and says if United want a premier league trophy, they need a centre back that will fit in Ole's style of play at Old Trafford.
United are linked to Sevilla defender Kaunde as per close sources at Old Trafford. Ours is to wait and see what Ole will do this summer to make United title contender next season.
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