United's Herrera says pressure on big-spending City

Ruben Hill
September 22, 2017

Former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Owen believes Chelsea will make it eight wins in nine games on the road with Hazard set to bolster Conte's starting line-up. The two-day event will give fans a chance to celebrate their passion for the game and enjoy an interactive Premier League experience. We will try to be there but they have spent the biggest money in the league.

Though it's still early days into the season, but both Manchester clubs have started the season on fire and the highly anticipated title race between Jose and Pep seems to have dawned on the Premier League at last.

"Manchester's teams are in these six teams".

Despite Arsenal's healthy bank balance and apparent eagerness to spend big to sign star names, Wenger and has failed to reclaim the club's place as the kings of London football and they have even fallen behind Spurs in that battle of local pride.

"I feel as important as I did last season", Herrera told the Manchester Evening News.

"But you know when you play for United that you are under an obligation to win things and I like that obligation".

He said: "I think this year will be no different from the previous years, in the sense that every year it is hard - especially when you play in many competitions". They are obligated to win something.

Herrera believes De Gea is the best goalkeeper in the world right now - "it is a gift from God", he said of his compatriot - and hopes they play together at United for years to come.

The Red Devils remain unbeaten alongside Manchester City so far this season and whoever wants to win the league this season must grind out wins consistently.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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