Carlo Ancelotti: Man United won't compete in Europe this year

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Carlo Ancelotti has plenty of free time on his hands now that he’s the most highly sought-after unemployed manager in world football, but Manchester United fans aren’t going to take too kindly to what he’s predicted for them. The Italian said the Red Devils wouldn’t be competitive in Europe this year as they’ve introduced too many young players to their fold. The likes of Anthony Martial and Memphis Depay joined Louis van Gaal’s squad in the summer, and it’s hard to disagree with the notion that they are a work in progress. Coincidentally, United take on CSKA Moscow tonight. Elsewhere Van Gaal has hinted there could be a long stay in the pipeline for Marcos Rojo, describing the Argentine as having the potential to be a very good player for United. Rojo has yet to properly convince some fans, but he certainly appears to have his manager’s backing.

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