Manchester United former star Paul Scholes has named a new signing who could help Manchester club win the title this season amid a bad start. The Old Trafford side lost two games before bouncing back against Liverpool.
United continued with their series of wins after defeating Southampton 1-0 away from home. And after the game, Scholes was confident with United winning the Premier League title if they keep their tempo high as they did in yesterday's Premier League fixture.
And according to Scholes, the club new signing Lisandro Martinez is a player who has the quality of making his former club champions this season. He says the Argentinian is very aggressive something Manchester United was lacking last season.
He reveals that Martinez is gaining confidence and improving every game as he claimed he had a better display compared to that of Liverpool.
This comes at a time when the Argentinian defender was named the man of the match in yesterday's 1-0 win against Soton and ours is to wait and see if he will maintain his display against Leicester City on Thursday night.
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