Anthony Elanga has been named as the only Manchester United player 'close' to getting into the Man City team.
The Swedish teenager has had an impressive spell at United since breaking into the first team squad when Ralf Rangnick arrived. In recent weeks he has put in some game-defining performances for the Reds.
A couple of weeks ago at Elland Road he was in the thick of the action as United defeated Leeds. After being hit by an object thrown from the crowd, Elanga scored the all-important fourth goal to seal the three points.
During interview with FreeSuperTips, Wright mentioned Elanga as only Manchester United Player who can make it to Manchester city team.
When asked if any United players could make their way into Pep Guardiola's side, the former Blue told FreeSuperTips : "No not really. I would have said before [Cristiano] Ronaldo went off the boil that he could get into a City team."
"I haven't seen Bruno Fernandes in the way that we have seen him in the last year, so honestly, I don't think anyone would walk into City's team. The only one who would be the closest is Elanga right now."Wright added.
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