Darren Fletcher: Manchester United cannot emulate Liverpool's 30-year League title drought


Former Manchester United star Darren Fletcher has trolled Liverpool saying United cannot emulate a 30-year League title drought the Merseyside club suffered

Liverpool are currently Premier League leaders this season with a huge 25 points lead at top of the Premier League table. They are just two games away from being crowned champions for the first time since 1990, ending a 30-year drought.

Meanwhile, United last won a Premier League title in Sir Alex Ferguson’s final season in 2013.

And Fletcher, who won five Premier League titles under Ferguson's reign during a 12-year spell at Old Trafford, believes his former club can lift a top-flight trophy in ‘the next two or three years' despite their current struggles.

Speaking about Liverpool's title drought on beIN SPORTS Fletcher said:“Manchester United cannot allow that [kind of Liverpool's 30-year drought]. The current run is bad enough as it is.

"We need to see Manchester United winning the league in the next two or three years down the line.

"That's being realistic. The bar has been raised in terms of what it takes to win the league.

"The former United midfielder believes Liverpool and Man City will be struggling in the coming years and says the Red  Devils must be ready to capitalise.

"United have to be ready for Man City and Liverpool to drop off, which will probably come in a couple of years, He added."

"I can't see Pep Guardiola still being at Manchester City in two or three years. Jurgen Klopp, too.

"Maybe it's wishful thinking, [but] Man United have to put themselves in a position to capitalise if that happens.

"Next season I expect a better campaign and in two or three years, I am expecting title challenges and potentially winning."

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