Paul Pogba, Rashford tipped to help United compete for titles next season

Paul Pogba, Rashford tipped to help United compete for titles next season

- Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford will be key to Man United's title contention next season

- Summer signing Daniel James reveals both players are key to the club's success

- James insisted that having a pool of players the manager can select from will help them next campaign

Manchester United winger Daniel James believes the club can win their first Premier League title since 2013 next season.

The 22-year-old Welshman is counting on the expertise of World Cup winner Paul Pogba and homeboy Marcus Rashford to achieve the feat.

James joined the Red Devils from Swansea City on a five-year deal valued around £15 million and has scored four goals with seven assists in all competition so far.

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After about one year at Old Trafford, the attacker is confident the club has the quality to contend for titles like their biggest rivals Manchester City and Liverpool as reported by The Mirror.

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England forward Rashford has been out of action since January 15 after suffering a back injury in their 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in one of the FA Cup games.

However, James claims having the complement of their squad will help them challenge for the trophies available.

He said during an Adidas's #hometeam interview with team-mate Scott McTominay: "Next season is going to be massive for us, we're had quite a few boys injured this year, a few long-term obviously at different times, Marcus, Paul and yourself.

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"I think once we get them all back and everyone back together, I think with the rotation of the squad we've obviously got a great chance of challenging for that title next season."

Although, Pogba's future at United still remains unclear with Juventus not giving up on their chase for the Frenchman.

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The absence of the World Cup winner, McTominay was handed the position accepted the opportunity with both hands - establishing himself in the team in less time.

Meanwhile, the Scot wants his team to talk less and win more.

He said: "It's easy to say 'oh we want to do this and we want to do that', and I feel like we do a lot of talking but I know the expectation at Man United and the expectation every player has in the squad is to go and win a title.

"Everyone's ambition has to be to win trophies. We're at Manchester united and ever since I've come into the first team that demand for winning football matches is stood by every single player. It's just results that have let us down every now and then."

Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United stars are already preparing for the return of Premier League which has no specific date yet.

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Embattled Paul Pogba alongside Anthony Martial, Victor Lindelof, and Andreas Pereira led the training session as reported by The Mirror.

The publication reveals that the organisers have continued to tie all loose ends but claim they still have several hurdles to negotiate.

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