Wenger says Man United not mature enough for title tilt

Pep Guardiola Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Jurgen Klopp

Pep Guardiola Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Jurgen Klopp

The Red Devil's 4-0 win over Chelsea on the opening day of the season has been followed with nothing but frustration.

Solskjaer's side, though, have won just once in their four Premier League matches so far this season and find themselves facing an uphill battle to return to the Champions League, while Wenger has written them off with regards the title race.

Draws to Wolves and Southampton and a home defeat to Crystal Palace have followed, but Rashford has backed the 1999 treble victor to be successful in charge at Old Trafford.

United lie eighth in the table following the first worldwide break of the season, with only a win over Chelsea on the opening weekend of the season to comfort them.

Wenger says that he is not entirely convinced that the current players can go all the way to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for Premier League honours.

"When you see Man Utd they are one of the examples where there is a potential there, ' the former Arsenal boss told beIN Sports. But they have not found a collective way", Wenger, who is reportedly set to join Federation Internationale de Football Association in a technical role, told Qatar-based broadcaster beIN Sports.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has appeared to put faith in the youth as his squad set up is now comprising of young players.

'That's the big question mark now.

"You feel there is something coming out but it's not ready", Wenger added.

The Frenchman, who has been out of work since putting an end to his 22-year reign as Arsenal manager last year, consistently battled with Man United for Premier League titles in the early 2000s.

The England worldwide told BBC Sport on the differences between Solskjaer and Mourinho: "He's very different but that's expected because he's played".

On Mourinho, Rashford stated: 'I don't think it was a problem for him because he's obviously a top manager and he has his way of reading people but for me, when a manager has played they have lived the lifestyle and might be a bit more understanding'.