- Man United are capable of winning the league title this season, Scholes and Owen claims
- The Red Devils' legends claim with the way Solskjaer's men have played the team could be on their way to glory
- United won their sixth straight away game following their 3-2 win over Sheffield United
Man United are capable of landing the Premier League title this season after winning their sixth consecutive away game, Paul Scholes and Michael Owen claim, Daily Mail.
The Red Devils came back from a goal down to beat Sheffield United to move up to sixth on the Premier League table and five points behind leaders Liverpool.
Marcus Rashford scored twice and Anthony Martial added to his tally to earn United all three points at Bramall Lane.
"If they can keep 9 to 10 players fit for the next 26 games they will be there or thereabouts. They've found an exciting way of playing.
"I think (Solskjaer) has changed formations and personnel a lot. For five games (last year) they didn't change the team,it's a 4-2-3-1 and it worked.
"It's a formation that really suits the team. Fernandes in the number 10 role feeding Martial, Rashford and Greenwood. How fantastic is that?"
On the other hand, ex-Premier League winner with United Owen believes Solskjaer should stick with Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes in his starting XI.
"They can win the Premier League and the only way they can is by getting their best players on the pitch.
"If you've got Pogba and Fernandes in your squad you can't win the title if they're sitting on the bench."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that Wayne Rooney's son Kai has been signed by Man United as the 11-year-old looks to follow in the footsteps of his father, Daily Mail.
Being the most decorated player at Old Trafford, Rooney posted Kai signing a contract with the Red Devils on his Instagram handle.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Edison Cavani could be handed a three-match ban after he was charged for his 'negrito' comments on social media.
The Uruguayan responded to a fan on Twitter after coming on as a substitute and scoring the winner for Man United in last month's win against Southampton at St, Mary's.
However the Uruguayan will be available for the entire Christmas fixture list but the English FA has begun a probe on Cavani's comment which was immediately deleted.
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