- Ryan Giggs is uncertain about Man United's Premier League chances
- The club legend claim Liverpool and Man City could hinder United's ambitions
- Giggs won 13 Premier League trophies for the Red Devils and made over 500 appearances
Ryan Giggs believes it could take Manchester United 20 years to win the Premier League title again, The Sun reports.
The Red Devils last won the biggest price in the English topflight division in 2013 under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Welshman concedes that it could take United the same number of years as Liverpool to land their next title and Man City could also pose a bigger threat to their ambitions.
Giggs insisted that Liverpool are still the club's major stumbling block in landing their first league trophy in seven years.
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The 46-year-old told Greatest Game Podcast:
"The best feeling I always had was leaving Anfield after winning even if Liverpool weren't the best side at the time.
"I played for Salford boys and our toughest games were always against Bootle, Liverpool, Kirkby, Sefton.
"As soon as you went down the East Lancs it was a mindset it's going to be a tough game and a test of not just your footballing ability but also your mental strength."
The new Wales manager won 13 Premier League trophies in his illustrious career at Old Trafford and breaking into the first team at the age of 16.
But United's current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side have started the season on a miserable note as they lie in 15th position after five matches.
The Red Devils finished third on the league table last season but have started their Champions League campaign on a promising note with two wins out of two matches.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Marcus Rashford now holds the record for the quickest substitute to score a hat-trick following Man United's thrashing of RB Leipzig at Old Trafford, Mirror.
The England international was brought on for Jonny van De Beek in the 63rd minute while United were leading by 1-0.
The 22-year-old beat an offside trap from a Bruno Fernandes through pass to increase the lead to 2-0 11 minutes after his introduction.
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