- Man United are currently battling to get into the right track regarding their Premier League campaign
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has managed one win in five matches since the start of the New year
- The Red Devils' position on the league according to their five matches will leave them struggling relegation
Man United has won just one from five matches since the start of the New Year and their position in the Premier League judging by that, is nothing to write home about.
The Red Devils have lost to Arsenal, Liverpool and Burnley but grinded a decent result against Norwich and recently drew with Wolves.
United are currently battling for a top four finish in the Premier League but are six points off the pace with Chelsea.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to contend with the likes of Tottenham, Sheffield United and Wolves for the last spot.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester City have almost been guaranteed in a place in next season's Champions League competition.
But with the current form of United, the last slot for Europe's top club competition is achievable as they are already struggling with relegation if they are to be assessed with their matches in 2020.
Check out the full Premier League table if only results in 2020 are counted:
1. Liverpool | 18 points
2. Man City | 10
3. Southampton | 9
4. Everton | 8
5. Leicester City | 7
6. Watford | 7
7. Arsenal | 7
8. Tottenham | 7
9. Burnley | 7
10. Sheffield Utd | 7
11. Aston Villa | 7
12. Chelsea | 6
13. Newcastle | 6
14. Bournemouth | 6
15. Wolves | 5
16. West Ham | 5
17. Norwich | 5
18. Man United | 4
19. Brighton | 3
20. Crystal Palace | 3
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool's Premier League run could see them become the first side to win the championship earliest in the history of the competition.
The club's weekend 4-0 win over Southampton has them sitting on the summit of the log with 73 points, a staggering 22 above second-placed Man City.
Legit.ng also reported that Odion Ighalo's loan move to Manchester United is one of the most talked about transfer deal in the winter market.
The former Nigerian striker completed a six-month deal from Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai Shenhua on deadline day.
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