Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince doesn’t think his former club will make the Champions League next season following their recent run of form in the Premier League.
The Manchester United legend expressed his doubts about the ability of the club to qualify for Europe’s premier competition next season in a chat with Paddy Power.
Paul Ince also pointed out the advantage of Champions League football adding that Manchester United will be able to attract quality players when the transfer window reopens in the summer.
He was speaking in the aftermath of the Red Devils’ disappointing defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier this week which has left them with a lot to do in the race to qualify for Champions League next season.
Manchester United were beaten for the second time in three weeks by Wolves at the Molineux with the Midlands club winning 2-1 at home to one of the powerhouses of English football.
The Red Devils finished the game with ten men following the dismissal of Ashley Young for two yellow cards.
Manchester United had scored through young midfielder Scott McTominay but goals from Diogo Jota and Chris Smalling (own goal) either side of halftime ensured that Wolves followed up their FA Cup quarterfinal win (2-0) over the Red Devils last month with another victory (2-1).