Cristiano Ronaldo will return to the Spanish capital after Manchester United drew with Atletico Madrid in the first round of the Champions League this season.
Paul Inse insists Manchester United can win the Champions League after drawing with Atletico Madrid in the last 16.
Ralph Rangnik’s side learned that they would fight Diego Simeone’s men after Monday’s controversial draw and had to do it again after making a mistake for the first time involving United.
Ole Gunnar Solskajer has been sacked and United have struggled to play in the Premier League this season, but that was a different story in Europe.
The Red Devils lost their first game against Switzerland, but led Villarreal, Atalanta and Young Boys to the Champions League.
For United, of course, it will be a high command to go through the whole competition, but anything is possible in the knockout stages.
Also, former United hero Insee’s speculation that he could be the team to lift the Champions League trophy under new boss Rangnik at the end of the season may sound “crazy”.
“They can win the Champions League, people will think I’m crazy, but they can,” he told Mirror Football.
“One day we can beat anyone. Anyone, anyone.
In terms of relegation, if you have your own game, your own form, your own world-class players, they have no reason to win the Champions League final. “
Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea are all in contention for three Premier League titles this season, but West Ham are currently ahead of United for fourth place and last place in the Champions League.
Inse is confident that the former team will be in the top four, as the team, which is full of “world-class” players, is many miles ahead of the Hammers, Arsenal and Tottenham.
He is also likely to drop one or two players from City, Chelsea and Liverpool.
He added: “There is no doubt. Arsenal are in poor form, Tottenham are finding their footing under Antonio Conte, and David Moyes is doing a great job at West Ham. But they have the best squad.
“They finished second last year and brought in world-class players like Varane, Ronaldo and Shaw. From a team point of view, United are the best teams I’ve mentioned.
“It’s difficult, but you can see United running in the upcoming competitions. I’m not saying they will be champions, but they should be in fourth place. If there are a few defeats from Chelsea, Manchester City or Liverpool, they could be the third steak. is, who knows.
“Their job is to finish in 4th place, in the Champions League and hope to win the FA Cup or the Champions League.”
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Paul Ince supports The Childhood Trust, a London-based charity against child poverty.
According to a charity survey of the tragic impact of poverty on children this Christmas, 26 percent of Londoners live below the poverty line, unaware that they will receive gifts under the tree this Christmas.
Ins said: “I grew up in a two-bedroom council building in Ilford and lived in a bedroom with my brother, sister and cousin. I had to feed myself and some were about to go the wrong way, but football saved me. Others didn’t. We urge you to do all you can to help those who need more joy in life build gifts under the Christmas tree. “