Manchester United are a million miles away from a Premier League title challenge, says Paul Merson
Sky Sports' Paul Merson gives his thoughts on Manchester United's wretched away form, Chelsea's latest setback against Nottingham Forest, Declan Rice outshining Moises Caicedo - and Gareth Southgate's eyebrow-raising England selections.
Manchester United go away to draw games. They try not to lose a match before they try to win it.
I don't understand. If teams are scoring goals then you've got to have a go.
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I think the manager's got to be braver. He's got the players to be braver. It's too negative - counter-attacking football. I do worry for Man Utd.
The Sir Alex Ferguson days are long gone. They're as far away from winning the league as you'll ever see. I know everyone's a long way off Manchester City but they're a million miles off.
You forget they're one of the biggest teams in the world. Man Utd can't even stump up £7m for Marc Cucurella. They're taking a player [Sergio Reguilon] that can't even play for Tottenham.
Manchester United have taken just two points from eight away matches against Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle since Erik ten Hag was appointed