Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes Cristiano Ronaldo has added to Manchester United’s problems of being ‘a team of individuals’.
Carragher believes United remain a team of individuals following Ronaldo’s arrival.
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He told The Telegraph: “They remain a team of individuals rather than a team. Cristiano Ronaldo has added to that rather than fixed it.
“That’s why, despite a brilliant squad, they are not yet at the level of the other three (Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea).
“Dropping five points in their last two home games highlighted lingering inconsistency.”
Carragher believes defending champions Man City are the team to beat, despite letting club legend Sergio Aguero leave.
City have Gabriel Jesus at their disposal, but at times opt to operate without an out-and-out No9.
He said: “They are still the team to beat.
“There was a question mark against them after failing to replace Sergio Aguero, but it is business as usual for Pep Guardiola.
“They have gone to the two toughest venues and taken four points, justifying being favourites to win it again. They will take some stopping.”
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