Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United has been as inconsistent as ever this season and with three games left to play, their Champions League spot is still not guaranteed, as Liverpool are four points behind them.
Fan Park's Red Devil was asked whether or not his side will ever challenge for the title anytime soon, and if so what will they need to do.
Here are his three things that need to be done:
LVG Needs Mobility Upfront
It’s been very clear that Louis van Gaal needs one or two new strikers that can score him 20 goals a season. The club has solely relied on Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney to get the goals, which is not ideal. Former golden boot winner Robin van Persie has failed to replicate any of his past form and on-loan Colombian striker, Radamel Falcao, has been nothing short of disappointing all season.
The Red Devils Need Another Michael Carrick
The Red Devils last three Premier League defeats against Chelsea, Everton and West Brom have highlighted the inability to create chances without Michael Carrick on the park. The reliance on Carrick is starting to get very concerning, especially given that he is 33-year-old now and has a history of injuries.
Away Form Must Improve
There is no real other way to put it, but the Red Devils have been poor away from home this season. It’s said that not losing at home is very important, but not losing on the road is just as important. So far this season, Louis van Gaal’s side have won just five of seventeen games away from Old Trafford and that’s really not good enough if you want to become champions of England.
What do you think Manchester United need to improve on in order to become challengers again?