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14/04/2019 - 21:12 BST

Wheels Have Come Off Manchester United – Chelsea Legend Confident


Chelsea legend Tommy Langley is confident the Blues can turn Manchester United over at Old Trafford and believes the wheels are already coming off the Red Devils under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Maurizio Sarri's side saw their top four hopes suffer a blow on Sunday with defeat at title-chasers Liverpool; Manchester United won on Saturday, beating West Ham United.

The top four rivals go head to head at the end of April, but before then Manchester United must travel to Everton and then play host to Manchester City.

As such, Langley believes the Red Devils may already be effectively out of the top four race before they take on Chelsea.

"They've got two hard games before they play us, so they may be out of the running [by then]. I think it is Everton away and Man City at home", he said on Chelsea TV following the loss at Liverpool.

But regardless of where Manchester United are in the mix, Langley is confident as he feels that the Solskjaer effect has now ended and the Red Devils are not as good as has been widely claimed.

"We need to go to Man United and be positive.

"I watched them yesterday and I think Solskjaer's wheels have fallen off a little bit.

"We can go there, as long as we have the commitment we showed in the first half [at Anfield], and beat them because I don't think they are the side people think they are"
, Langley added.

Manchester United beat Chelsea in the last encounter between the two sides this season, with the Red Devils scoring a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup in February.