Liverpool fan has claimed that Manchester United is “rotten to the core” and won’t win a Premier League title for over 30 years.
Since Sir Alex Ferguson led United to the Premier League title in 2012-13, the Red Devils have failed to win the English football’s premier award.
After Ferguson’s retirement in 2013, the Red Devils finished second on two occasions, once under Jose Mourinho and again under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United, on the other hand, has fired four managers since winning their 20th league title, and the club appears to be a long way from staging a successful Premier League title assault.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp finally won the Premier League title in the 2019-20 season after a three-decade drought.
Now, one United supporter and talkSPORT host Andy Goldstein has staked a £500 bet with a Liverpool fan that the Red Devils will have to wait longer for a league title.
“I will make you a £500 bet that Manchester United will wait longer for a league title than we do,” he told talkSPORT.
Despite falling short under Rafa Benitez and Brendan Rodgers, the Reds’ fan stated that Liverpool fought for the league title during their long drought.
However, he stated that after receiving investment, Liverpool was able to turn the tide and now appears to be a “completely different club.”
When addressing Liverpool’s difficulties from 1990 until 2020, the fan said: “Since 1990 — or 1989 when we last won it — from then until we actually won it, how many title-winning teams did we have?
“We had one with [Gerard] Houllier and we probably had a couple after that with maybe Rafa [Benitez] and then with [Brendan] Rodgers.
“But, you know, Chelsea went through [it] with [Roman] Abramovich, City went through [it], United had Fergie, Arsenal had [Arsene] Wenger with [Thierry] Henry, [Patrick] Vieira, [Dennis] Bergkamp.
“So we were struggling, and we didn’t have the investment, but since we’ve had the investment we look like a whole different club.
“You guys [United] have got the wrong owners, you’ve had some of the best managers there that can’t get anything out of them players, you spend money like it’s [going out of fashion].”