MU legend Ryan Giggs emphasizes the influence of Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola in the Premier League.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher recently interviewed Giggs and asked the Welsh monument if MU would have to wait as long as Liverpool to regain the Premier League throne.
They have potential and stars, so Liverpool is a good example to look at. They took the throne in 1990 and thought they could win them again soon, but in the end it took 30 years. Even Klopp took 4 and a half years to win this title.
He improved the team season by season or won other titles like the Champions League. The elevation of the team and the decrease in pressure happened little by little. Every coach and new signings are supposed to help us win the trophy, but it is not.
Previously, Giggs once thought that former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskajer was on the right track, but it took more time to be able to revive MU. “Solskjaer is more or less unlucky in the era of Klopp and Guardiola. Klopp is in his 5th year at Liverpool, Guardiola is also building Man City during that time. Pochettino spent 6 years at Tottenham. Solskjaer also deserves the same time.
Leading MU is a difficult job for Solskjaer now. The current team’s force is a mix of players from Sir Alex, David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho. Solskjaer needs time to build the squad the way he wants”, Giggs added.
Since Sir Alex retired in 2013, MU has never returned to the Premier League throne. The best result that the “Red Devils” Manchester has is second place in the 2017/18 Premier League led by Mourinho, but to 19 points behind neighbors Man City in the first place. Last season, Solskjaer learned an impressive game in the final stage, in time to finish 3rd to get tickets to the Champions League. However, MU is still quite far away from Liverpool and Man City.