Former Manchester United star has named manager who will win the Premier League title this season with ease.
According to Paul Scholes, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has everything to reclaim the EPL crown this season.
He says Guardiola has winning mentality and he always creat the balance in his team to play attacking football compared to other teams the likes of Mancheter United.
Scholes says United lacks agressiveness and their mentality is poor revealing that the only club to stop City in this season title race are Liverpool.
He says Liverpool are also in the right track with Manchester City and the two top clubs have good mentality about the game. Scholes slams his former club manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of his mentality revealing that defensive game won't win for him trophies.
Manchester United have struggled in the last six games picking just one win among these last fixtures. And they are going to face a difficult schedule ahead.
Ours is to wait and see how they will perform in this tough fixtures after international break.
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