The Red Devils’ last win came back in 2017, and since then many close memories have been taken by the club’s most ambitious people.
Nemanja Matic acknowledged that it was time to “finally win something” with Manchester United. The Red Devils are poised to reach their five-year mark on the trophy front in 2021-22.
They can prevent the long-awaited launch of the silverware in the upcoming campaign, with the success of the Europa League in 2017, which represents the final entry for the prestigious award in 2017.
Several nearby ladies have been taken inside. As Jose Mourinho won the continent in his first campaign, with Community Shield and League Cup victories, in recent campaigns, United have faced semi-finals and final hurdles at home and abroad.
What has been said?
“As you know, we did not win the Europa League in the end, but I think we have taken a step forward and the team is getting better.
“We have to challenge for every trophy this season and win something in the end, because we need this trophy. After that we hope it will be easy, the team needs to feel that. [winning] Energy and I’m happy with how things are going.
“The most important thing is that everyone can see that we are getting better and we are playing better and better and especially now we have such a good team. We have two or three top class players in each position. Are
“Everyone needs to be positive and we have to be the target trophy this season.”
Which trophy is the main target for Man Utd?
Ole Gunar Solskjیرr’s team won runners-up in the Premier League and Europa League last season, while also making it to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup and the last eight of the FA Cup.
Any success will be tasted this time around, however, with Judon Sancho and Raphael Varane joining the star-studded ranks at Old Trafford. Matic acknowledged that the crown of the top flight remains the ultimate goal.
The two-time Premier League winner from Chelsea added: “Yes, I think the Premier League has always been the most important trophy for me.
“Of course, the Champions League is always the best way to compete and play against the best teams in Europe, but for me personally the Premier League is something I want to win with United. If it happened one day. So I’m very, very happy. “
The Red Devils are set to open their 2021-22 campaign on Saturday as old rivals host Leeds.