Legendary Manchester United Defender, Gary Neville has Given his Candid Opinion on the Red Devils' title Chase following the inclusion of some new Players

Under-fire United's Head Coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjær Saw some new Inclusion into his team with the likes of Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo all Joining the club this season.

The team started the season strongly but have crumbled in their past games across Different Competitions, recording just one win in 4 Matches and suffering Defeats in the hands of WestHam (Carabao Cup) , Aston Villa (League) and Young Boys (UCL).

The Inclusion of Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to serve as a major Boost to United's title Hopes and Gary Neville believes that all three Aforementioned players have the ability to hand United a silverware within the next 12-18 Months. 

Speaking on his podcast with Sky Sports as per Manchester Evening News, he said: 

"Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho has not settled in yet but they have to come together as a team and start to define a style of play and then you start to get results when you do not play well."

"The way they are the moment they will always have days like that, they will have patches of four or five games when they only win two but then they will go and win 15 on the bounce and be unbeaten away for I don't know how long."

"That's the team they are and I have called them 'the odd bunch' because I still look at them and think as though they are a team that wins games in moments."

"When I look at Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City, they are teams and put team performances in."

"That is not to say United never do but Ole has got them now into a team."

"I said two weeks ago, and this was not to put pressure on Ole, that it was make or break with the Ronaldo signing."

"That is not me putting pressure on players or the manager, it is a matter of fact."

"If you sign Edinson Cavani, Fernandes, Ronaldo, Sancho and Varane you have got to then win a trophy at some point in the next 12-to-18 months," he said. 

"This season or next when Ronaldo is here, that is why it is a make or break signing.

"They have to win a trophy."