Man Utd news LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo future EXCLUSIVE as Portuguese star Arrival in Carrington

Morning Man Utd fans

Gary Neville still believes Manchester United will finish fourth at Prem this season – but says they must beat Tottenham next week.

Arsenal ranked above the Red Devils in 4th place and have 3 matches in hand.

Those games are tough, though, as they play at home with Liverpool, Champions League winners Chelsea and nasty rivals Spurs.

Sky Sports pundit and Red Devils legend Neville said: “I still think United can do it (take fourth place). I don’t trust Arsenal completely.

“Manchester United still have to go to Arsenal, there’s a long way to go. United have to beat Tottenham next week.”

Elsewhere in the Sky Sports studio, Micah Richards hit back at claims he disrespected Roy Keane while they were on medical duty.

Former Manchester City star Richards tried to suppress a giggle after Manchester United legend Keane ripped through Reds players following Sunday’s derby defeat to Man City.

Some believe that Richards’ laughter at Keane’s expense meant disrespect.

But the former England defender tweeted: “It’s really not that deep. We all have respect for each other! “.

And Newcastle and Spurs are clearly leading the chase to sign United’s ‘unhappy’ star Marcus Rashford.

Betfair has brought their favorite Prem duo to land the 24-year-old English striker.

The Guardian claims Rashford is ‘increasingly dissatisfied’ with not being able to play in the first team under United interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

And United youngster Alejandro Garnacho got a surprise call from Argentina.

The winger, 17, will join Lionel Messi & Co in matches against Venezuela and Ecuador.

Garnacho was born in Madrid and has represented Spain at youth level but will pledge allegiance to South Americans at senior level. Man Utd news LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo future EXCLUSIVE as Portuguese star Arrival in Carrington


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