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Paul Scholes does not believe Manchester United can compete for the Premier League title in the next two years.

The ex-United and England midfielder believes the side's results this season show they remain behind last season's top four in the Premier League.

United, who drew with Southampton last weekend, have just one victory from their opening four matches, having also drawn with Wolves and lost at home to Crystal Palace after thrashing Chelsea on the opening day.

Scholes said: "I think you almost have to write United off for the next two years - this team - until Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has cleared everything he wants out; has four or five transfer windows.

"United are going to be behind Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham.

"I think this is United at the minute; you have to be patient with the young players but the experienced players have to step up.

"We've seen over and over again how many mistakes experienced players are making. It's difficult for young players to come into a team like that."

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