- Red Devils goaltender De Gea believes his side have dropped out of Premier League title race
- United and Arsenal shared spoils at Old Trafford on Wednesday night after playing 2-2
- Jose Mourinho's men will hope to clinch their first EPL win since November 3
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has ruled his side out of this season's Premier League title contention.
The Red Devils were forced to a 2-2 draw by Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday night as they have failed to pick a win in their last four EPL meetings.
They have won just six out of their last 15 topflight matches - leaving them eighth on the table with 23 points.
The Mirror however reports that De Gea has waved the white flag in the title race as City and Liverpool look set to go head to head.
He said: "It’s been a bad season so far for us to be honest. We’re in a poor league position. We’re Manchester United and we should be challenging for the title.
"We’re far behind and it’ll be impossible for us to win it, our aim is to qualify for the Champions League."
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De Gea said concerning Jose Mourinho that: "He’s the coach. We all have to be united.
"The players, coaching staff and the coach. We’re all pulling in the same direction and moving forward together.
"There might be a lot of criticism of the coach, but the ones that go out on the pitch are the players, the ones that score the goals are the players and we all have to think about what we can do to improve."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United came from behind twice to force Arsenal to a 2-2 draw in Wednesday's tough Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
The two teams displayed good football from the blast of the whistle till the final minute of this Premier League duel.
But it was the visitors that took the lead at Old Trafford when Shkodran Mustafi's powerful header was hard for Manchester United goalie David De Gea to save.
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