Louis Saha Interview with OLBG - Neymar, Erik Ten Hag and Jadon Sancho Opinion

Exclusive Interview with Louis Saha: Neymar could be an exciting signing for Man U, Erik Ten Hag is the manager of the season - not a failure and Jadon Sancho needs to work harder to prove himself at Old Trafford

Louis Saha Interview with OLBG - Neymar, Erik Ten Hag and Jadon Sancho Opinion
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Louis Saha is a former professional footballer playing for Fulham and notably Manchester United. The Parisian superstar played 20 times for his country between 2004-2012 scoring 4 times. His 28 goals in 86 appearances for Manchester United in the Premier League was great but his strike rate at Fulham of 53 in 117 was more prolific.

Speaking to OLBG, Former Manchester United Legend Louis Saha has stated that Erik Ten Hag has been a better manager who has faced more challenges than Mikel Arteta and is therefore the manager of the season. He also suggested Neymar should come to Manchester United as his PSG status worsens and suggests troubled winger Jadon Sancho needs to work harder and be more fearless if he wants to improve at Manchester United.

Q. Will Manchester United achieve top four?

LS: ‘’Manchester United have a better fixture calendar than Liverpool to secure a place in the top four. They have also shown more consistency in their game. It is either down to the approach that the teams take to their game, or it can be down to bad individual mistakes. That is what has punished them. I do believe that United deserve that 4th spot. 

Newcastle also deserve their place and you cannot really take them away from that race. They were really good from the start. Liverpool have the mentality to take teams until the end of the season - we have seen it happen before. Nothing is guaranteed in football, so it will be really entertaining to watch and it is nice to see in football that the battle at the top is also the same as the fight on the bottom.’’


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Q. What did you make of their performance against Wolves?

LS: ‘’Manchester United's performance was very professional against Wolves. Some games happen where they haven't started properly, but against Wolves everything went perfect. When you have players like Garnacho coming off the bench, you have all the ammunition to be a proper contender for next season. It was an entertaining game with a lot of stability in the time- especially the midfield despite the changes. It could be Bruno Fernandes or Eriksen, there was a lot of fight.

It was good to see Martial scoring. Many fans were complaining about the frustration that he can bring as a player because sometimes when he is on the pitch and he is picking his approach to the game and it isn't the right one, it's a shame because he could have scored about 10 to 15 goals more this season. It was good for him to score.’’

Q. Dwight Yorke has recently said Haaland will not have made it into his Manchester United Treble winning squad? Do you agree?

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LS: ‘’It is difficult to compare different eras of football when considering if Haaland would have featured in the 99' squad. There are many different factors to consider. The dressing room mentality, the quality of players back then etc. However, in terms of quality I think that there is no doubt that Erling Haaland will fight for a spot on that treble winning team. With all the goals he has scored this season, you can only imagine what he would have done for Man United back in 1999. Physically I have not seen a player so mobile and tall. You would expect Zlatan Ibrahimovic to maybe fit in - but the development that Haaland brings into the game is a challenge for any defender. I'm sure the defenders back in the day were stronger, but now it is a different era.

Nowadays defenders tackle with their hands behind their back and are more careful. It is harsh to compare the two era's and unfair to say a player won't do well. That is like saying that Pele wouldn't do well in this era. I understand Dwight Yorke's opinion as you have to respect his treble winning squad, it was unbelievable due to their mentality and high quality. It was unmatched.’’


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Q. Up next is Bournemouth away at the weekend. What’s your prediction for that?

LS: ‘’As Man United  go away to Bournemouth, I feel the game will be defined in the first 20-25 minutes. We need to show that we want it more than any team. Bournemouth will want to try their best to defend and contain our attackers. Bournemouth are a good side but are nowhere near the level of Manchester United. I expect Manchester United to win with the same level as the Wolverhampton game.’’

Q. If Man Utd fall out of the Champions League places, does that make Erik ten Hag’s first season a failure, even if they win the FA Cup alongside the Carabao Cup?

LS: ‘’Giannis Antetokounmpo said it best about failure. Erik Ten Hag's season will not be considered a failure. There is a process to a season and it can be frustrating. Normally you would expect Manchester United to win trophies week after week but it's a tough league at the moment. What Erik Ten Hag has done and achieved is already an achievement as we couldn't see a legacy being built at Manchester United for a long time. The confidence of young and old players were restored in such a beautiful way over the last eight months. He has done a brilliant job and if he was to achieve a bit more than it would be a bonus.

He has also faced many challenges including that of Cristiano Ronaldo, restoring the form of Sancho and Rashford and signing players like Garnacho and Antony into the club. To see him keep focused despite this, shows he has done a great job.’’

Q. Bruno Fernandes recently raised eyebrows by saying nobody thought Man Utd would challenge for top-four. What did you think of that?

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LS: ‘’I don't agree with Bruno Fernandes' comments about Manchester United's season expectations. He knows he is wrong. He may be right to say that no-one expected Manchester United to play this well but everyone expects Manchester United to challenge for the top 4. They must find a way no matter how difficult it is. This club has done that brilliantly and they deserve that. I guess it is his way of saying that despite the challenges they have faced, this is a good result for Manchester United.

I agree no-one expected us to play so well under Ten Hag, but I disagree that people would have never thought that Manchester United would have never made the top 4. If you look at the signings, they brought players like Casemiro - who hit the ground running, whilst others didn't. They could have done better that's for sure. People have criticised Bruno for his attitude in the past and given their verdict on whether or not they should be captain. However I see he gives his all on the field and I don't really ask for more than that. He is currently the best example and it means the world to me as a fan.’’

Q. David de Gea was at fault in the defeat to West Ham, with questions raised over his future as contract talks stall. Do you think it’s time both parties go their separate ways?

LS: ‘’It's not David De Gea's time to leave but to rather improve. De Gea has to improve if he wants to remain in this club. He has been a top keeper for the past decade and that is what we want from him. We want less mistakes and better communication with the defence. There is no reason why we shouldn't improve as players. Paul Scholes, Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs all improved when they needed to, and even Cristiano Ronaldo is still improving.

If you don't adapt your mentality, you have to face the competition.’’

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Q. What alternatives should Man Utd consider, should De Gea leave? Brentford’s David Raya is one name linked?

LS: ‘’David Raya is a very good option for Man United. There is also Martinez, Mendy and even Jason Steele. There are many good goalkeepers but the ''Red Devils'' need a keeper who is good and fit. We need someone who is comfortable and works well with the back four and will concede 10 less goals than this season. We want someone that will be confident with playing out from the back like Brighton, which is risky but when you are a good team you can afford to do that.’’

Q. Everton and England star Jordan Pickford is another name linked in reports. Is he good enough to be Man Utd’s number one?

LS: ‘’Well, Jordan Pickford is good enough to be England number one, so I think he has shown enough qualities to play for Manchester United. Being a Goalkeeper is very difficult, especially from an Everton perspective because he will be probably more exposed than if you were playing in a team that were the favourites week in, week out. Also he will have less opportunities to show his skills and when he makes a mistake it would be amplified 100 times more. This is not to say Pickford can't do it, he has done it for his country so I have no doubt he can do it for Man United. De Gea will not give up his place though. He will give Pickford a hard time to be number one.’’

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Q. According to reports, Roma star Tammy Abraham is a name on Ten Hag’s wish list should the pursuit of Harry Kane fail. Would he be a good move for them?

LS: ‘’Tammy Abraham will be great for Manchester United. He is a terrific lad who has plenty of good qualities and is managed by a tough manager in Jose Mourinho. His work rate is outstanding also. He could be an ideal replacement for Anthony Martial or Marcus Rashford - who in the past haven't performed to the best of their abilities. Tammy could do a really good job here. Whether or not he is good enough to be a number 2 to these players, I am not so sure about. The quality is there. He is tall, mobile and technically gifted. It makes sense to me.’’

Q. According to reports, Man Utd are also preparing a record bid for Goncalo Ramos. What do you make of that?

LS: ‘’Goncalo Ramos I'm not so sure about. I would prefer a number nine who will score 20+ goals per season - like Harry Kane for example. We have a lot of forward options at Manchester at the moment. A lot of quality on the bench in players such as Alejandro Garnacho. I don't think it is wise to mix too many profiles in that position and make a decision on who the best man for the job is.’’

Q. Neymar’s future at PSG is uncertain. Would that be a good move for Man Utd or your other old club, Newcastle?

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LS: ‘’Neymar will be an exciting signing for any club in the world. He is a top 5 player in the world at the moment, and the best dribbler in the world by far. Best entertainer by far. However he will bring his own challenges with him in terms of the press and his lifestyle. He is coming to a point in his life where maybe he has a point to prove. He has a baby on the way and maybe that can bring some stability into his life and he can provide more of a guarantee.

I remember back in my playing days that Sir Alex Ferguson always liked players who had a family and who were settled. It is because you know that you can be very demanding of them and know that they will not get distracted. They have more of an open ear and they want to listen and do more for the club. 

Neymar has been the superstar, which is substantially due to his talent but it can also be hard to manage. He was definitely of that status in Barcelona, but maybe that has changed over the years. He could be difficult to manage. With all due respect, I don't think he can adapt, but he will have to. This current formula he has provided to PSG has not worked at all. 

His fitness has let him down in the last four months of the season - which is the most crucial part. It could be down to lifestyle or just how he is - but at Manchester United, they would expect much more from him because of his enormous price tag. These clubs will be gambling a lot of money and will need a guarantee when these types of players are on the books. He would be a good name but he will need to guarantee that he can perform in the last three months of a season, because that's where trophies are won.’’

Q. Do you expect Newcastle to be challenging for the title next season?

LS: ‘’Newcastle have shown that they can challenge for the title. I will expect a harder season this year. It can happen to anyone and any team can win the league as some teams can have a bad season and other teams can develop a win streak. People's heads can switch off at times. You have transfers and people's status can change.’’

When you have success, you ask and dream bigger and want more. Let's see if they can manage that. It is a different type of animation, the fans and the club always want more. Eddie Howe has managed a good team and done a good job so far. But you must face reality. You have Manchester City who will always remain at the top, you have Liverpool that will come back into that race and Chelsea will come back into the race with their investments. In other European countries the league is always decided between two teams. In the Premier League, it is five or six.’’

Q. If Man City win the treble, do they surpass other great teams including Man Utd’s 99, Arsenal Invincibles and your own double-winning side under Fergie?

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LS: ‘’I don't like comparing different eras. I do respect Manchester City and what they have done. But if I do make a quick criticism, it will be that the era's of 1999 and the Invincibles era were more mean and more authentic. Nowadays it is different. You have fans all over the world who stream the games and don't really fill up the stadiums. It's a completely different atmosphere in the stadium - there is not the same amount of pressure. However, I do respect the new challenges that players of today do face and what Manchester City have done. There's always issues of money, agents and having to keep up with social media everyday. It's a different animal.’’

Q. With three games to go, who has been your Premier League player of the season?

LS: ‘’For me it has to be Erling Haaland. When he first burst onto the scene people were really trying to pick out his mistakes but i couldn't see them. He was scoring every game from the beginning of the season, week in, week out. He has broken the record and there is no other player for me.’’


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Q. Who has been your manager of the season so far?

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LS: ‘’For me it was between Mikel Arteta and Erik Ten Hag. I will give the edge to Erik Ten Hag. I think the challenges that he had to face within the team - such as the Cristiano Ronaldo saga - were way harder than what Arteta had to deal with. 

I respect what Mikel has done with Arsenal but in terms of teams, there are less egos that he had to deal with. In terms of daily challenges, Erik Ten Hag takes it by far. Even David Moyes said that it was only when he started to manage the club that he realised how hard it was. What Erik Ten Hag has done is unbelievable.’’

Q. Should Jadon Sancho consider leaving Man Utd, even on loan? He looks like he needs to regain his confidence?

LS: ‘’Jadon Sancho isn't the player that you loan. His quality is too high for that. You could argue that his head wasn't in the right place and the pressure may have gotten to him. I don't know what happened. When you have that much quality, the chance to make the right decisions is very difficult. The formula is actually to be direct and fearless. At the end of the day, you are going to play football, you are not going to war. Enjoy your football and let the fans enjoy it. I think Sancho asks too many questions of himself, but the way to rectify that is to show that you are good enough and by staying. He needs to be himself and work hard. When you have that, success is guaranteed.’’

Q. Is a move to Saudi Arabia too soon for Lionel Messi? Does he still have enough to offer for a club at the highest level?

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LS: ‘’Lionel Messi is going to Saudi Arabia way too soon. He still has a lot to offer any club. I say the same for Cristiano as well. It will be great for the country to have that attention. In this industry people can be mean, demanding and won't respect their legacy as much, so they should always try to protect it themselves. Don't sacrifice your legacy for things you want now. I will never understand why Ronaldo went and I will ask the same question of Messi if he goes as well. Their legacies took 20 years to build, it doesn't make sense!

These guys are the best ambassadors of football and for so many children. They are icons who should be respected and protected by the countries that love football. They motivate kids and people to work harder and want to play football. They shouldn't be on display for all those who jump on the bandwagon and criticise them.’’

Q. What club would he join?

LS: ‘’I would say that he will fit into any top six club in the Premier League. Lionel is a very smart player and can be an Arsenal type player. He will have to have a manager that realises he is not going to run all day. Are Arsenal the players that can do the Xavi and Busquets role well? With Messi, you will be guaranteed 20-30 goals per season. He will also assist you in a lot of  plays. It's about finding the right balance which will help him fit in. But Messi will be exciting to have in the Premier League.’’

Previous Interview

Here he talks about the current state of affairs at Manchester United and Fulham and provides what he thinks will be the final top 4 in this season premier league as the season moves closer to completion as well as his views on the Europa League situation.

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What did you make of the cup tie against Fulham?

The quarter final between Manchester United and Fulham is what we like to see in The FA Cup. A lot of goals and passion, a bit of tension on both sides. I think it was an entertaining game, definitely some drama - which is part of the game and you have to take it in your stride. It seems like every time drama comes Manchester United's way, they seem to deal with it professionally and get the result that they want. Fulham also deserve credit because they played well and provided tense moments as well. Aside from the Liverpool game, Manchester United are showing great progress as of late.

Do you agree with Willian and Mitrovic's Red Cards?

Both Willian and Mitrovic's red cards highlight the inconsistency of the referee's in which everyone can give their opinion on. What we know is that when you stop a goal-scoring opportunity in that way, a referee has to take such decisions. We also know if you go for the referee in a certain way, you can get punished for it. Mitrovic has displayed this type of behaviour before, perhaps if he was someone else, he would get away with it. You have to remember your emotions when you are in the heat of the moment and I think that Mitrovic will understand why he was given a red card. People may say that the referee exaggerated the action, but Mitrovic certainly didn't help his team. I feel for him because he was in the position to help his team win that quarter final.

With Arsenal now out, how do you judge Manchester United’s chances of winning the Europa League and FA Cup?

It's a great position for Man United to be in. It doesn't mean it is going to be easy. Arsenal went out to Sporting Lisbon - a great team. Any team that is beating Arsenal can beat Manchester United as well. Sporting and Sevilla are very difficult teams to be playing against - with Sevilla being the biggest test. For the last 7/8 years, they have been on top of the competition. Lisbon beating Arsenal in that fashion showed that despite their form, Arsenal still has some fragility in their squad, so it will definitely be a tough end to the season for them.

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How will Casemiro’s four game ban affect Manchester United? Do you think it will hurt their top four chances?

Casemiro's absence will provide a tough challenge for Manchester United, but United have a strong squad. Even against Fulham we saw Sabitzer having a good game, Fred and McTominay are playing better and Manchester United are improving in different elements. It shows that they understand the impact of Casemiro and realise that they must also do the same things - to be calm, composed and confident in the right moments. Casemiro has helped the group well on and off the field - especially those who are not playing regularly as they can continue to learn from him and please Erik Ten Hag when they have the opportunity. It's a good opportunity for the rest of the squad to show their prowess as well, though it is always better to have the player that is in form.

However this disciplinary situation could feel a little unfair because he received a red card that I feel other players might have gotten away with - a similar example to Mitrovic and how his reputation maybe went against him. I feel he has been unlucky to be sent off. It's not because he is too aggressive, he has to be! In some moments, you will have some things that won't go your way. It's not him personally, I think it is just his position. Manchester United have a strong squad behind him and it is time for them to show that.

Marcus Rashford surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of being the sixth highest scoring Manchester United player in Europe. Is he on his way to becoming a Manchester United great?

I think Marcus Rashford is already a Manchester United Legend. People need to realise that he was playing in a team that was going through a transitionary period. He arrived in the team when he was 17/18 and didn't really have the chance to play in a team such as Monaco like Mbappe did when Monaco reached the final of the Champions League. Rashford also hasn't played in a league like the French League where PSG have dominated for so many years. It is only now that Manchester United have a foundation, that Rashford has been able to develop himself to be a better player. Think about him in 1-2 years with higher confidence! He has already scored a lot of goals and proved himself internationally. He has become a big name, and will be really exciting to see how he gets on because he has had a nightmare for the past year and a half prior.

How do you think a partnership with you and Rashford up top would have turned out back in the day?

It would have been a dream to play with Marcus Rashford. It's difficult to compare eras because I was very aggressive and had the quality to complement Rashford - I would have loved to see that. But the game is very different from then and today in terms of the fitness, intensity and the style. Players like to be on either the left or right side in order to cross the ball and get the ball to the traditional number 9. Whereas, in my era there were a lot more combinations on the ball. It would not have been difficult for me to adapt though. It would have been a joy to play with Rashford and i would have really liked to develop myself with that sort of player

If Man Utd qualify for the Champions League and Chelsea and Liverpool don’t, are they a more attractive prospect for Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice?

Once Manchester United qualify for the Champions League, it won't only be Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice that will be more keen to come to Manchester, it can help iwht other players like Harry Kane. They will be seen as a team back in-form that has the whole package. It’s very possible that Bellingham and Rice will want to be up for the challenge of bringing Manchester United back to the very top. Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen may also want to be a part of that. I am not biased, but this is the reality. At this point in time, I feel there is no better club to join.

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Harry Kane will enter the final year of his contract at the end of the season. Should Man Utd go all out to sign him?

If Manchester United want to win the Premier League, then Harry Kane is the man who can help them do that. I respect Weghorst's but he does not have Kane's quality and I am sure that he will want to play with Rashford every week. He has committed to Tottenham for a long time and done wonders for them. I don't think anyone will hold it against him, because he has proven his loyalty and shown that he is a Spurs fan. However, at this point his time he deserves his shot at some accolades and Manchester United is the best team for that

What did you think of Conte’s comments after Spurs’ draw with Southampton?

Tottenham Manager Antonio Conte's comments were unusual, but we all know that Conte is an honest person. He is a very passionate guy who speaks his mind and maybe he had those conversations internally and the frustrations boiled over at some point. What he said isn't new information. A few pundits highlighted this information already. Many have said that when everything clicks, Tottenham play really well, but when it goes wrong, the strength goes away. Conte has spoken out in the strongest way and I think there is some truth in it. 

Whether people like it or not, I believe it is about trying to improve. I remember during my playing days, Roy Keane was quite harsh with his teammates. There are elements to take from that. I think Antonio wants this club to improve and is frustrated and that is why he is speaking like this. 

He is not able to run things like he wants to, so he is showing us the weaknesses and wants everyone to understand. Spurs can change the manager, but it will not solve the problem. If Conte is saying it, then I feel it is true! They have to do some work to solve the problem as it is there to be seen. No-one can deny what is being said. It is a bit harsh from the manager but there is a bit of reality and the players have to take responsibility as well as the board to fix the problem. That's what causes the frustration.

Manchester United have also been linked with Napoli superstar Victor Osimhen, do you think he could adapt to the Premier League?

Victor Osimhen can definitely adapt to the Premier League. He has expressed his desire to come to the Premier League and is also a United fan. He has the quality physically and mentally, and is a good guy with good values. He still has a long way to be recognised and I feel Manchester United will be the perfect club for him to join, Napoli are good, but not on the level of Manchester United and I think that it will be the logical move.

There have also been reports linking Ajax star Mohammad Kudus. Is he what they need?

Mohammad Kudus is the kind of player Manchester United need. When you have the ability to break lines and be aggressive in the midfield - which can be utilised easily show that he is a very talented player. He hasn't made many mistakes and when you have these targets it makes perfect sense. I would like to see players like Osimhen and Kudus arrive at Old Trafford, but it is also important to think about their mindset and values and I believe they align.

Manchester United are also going up against Sevilla in the Quarter finals of the Europa league - what are your predictions for that game?

Sevilla will be a tough game for Manchester United. They are a type of team that will capitalise on any mistake. This is the best side in the Europa league. They upset a lot of teams which people thought would dominate them. They don't have a lot of World Class players but they are a group of guys who know exactly what to do to upset the opposition regardless of where they sit in La Liga. Manchester United must be cautious in their approach.

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You started your English career at Fulham, scoring 50+ goals for the club during your time there. What do you think about their current Premier League run?

Fulham's current Premier league run is brilliant. If you look at their previous Premier league runs it was very difficult for them to have any sort of success. They were always in relegation battles and they were under pressure. They did really well to avoid those things and to be in a position to possibly be in a Europa league position is great. What Marco Silva has done is brilliant. His transfer strategy was great. His ability to create a style of play that the fans really love is admirable. He has been made a good combination of a traditional striker with wingers who are very good on the ball. I hope they do this next season because they are a very difficult team to play against.

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What advice would you give to Aleksandar Mitrovic as a former forward?

I can't give Mitrovic any advice as he has his own style. He knows his qualities really well. He is a machine, when he gets the ball he is going to score. The advice that I have is that he should be himself and be focused on his game. it's the only way he will remain at the top of the top goal scorer charts. He is not a rookie either, he has been playing his game for more than 10 years internationally. The only thing I can say is that he should keep his positivity, passion and drive. I would say reduce the red cards also!

Can Fulham make a push for a European spot next season?

Fulham have the means to push for a European spot next season. They have proved that in this season through great performances and dominant performances - no lucky starts or last minute performances. By having this combination and having a manager who is conscious of the game and remains with his philosophies. If the foundation stays the same, they can continue to go to a higher level.

Joao Palhihna has been making a name for himself this season, what do you make of him as a player?

Joao Palhinha is an unbelievable player. I rated him a lot when he was at Sporting. I do think that when a player comes to England, it is like he has just been discovered. Though he has done it for many years in Portugal. I am very convinced that a central midfielder position is very important within a team. Fabinho has done it for Liverpool, Fernandinho for Man City, Thomas Partey for Arsenal. He has been one of the most important players in the squad aside from Mitrovic.

What was it like winning the first division with Fulham in the 2000-01 season?

It was amazing. It felt very natural in that Fulham were ready for that success. The club invested correctly and put a lot of depth into a new style of football in the Championship. We enjoyed our football and connection with the fans, we had everything. As a player, it was a dream to be able to play every weekend like that. I can see that all those elements are coming back. They did really well last year and can see it again this year - it is the same formula. I can see it in Tim Ream, and the passion in Mitrovic. I also saw the same passion in abundance within Luis Boa Morte. Those types of players will break a leg for you. This is a side where previously, players were just happy to be there, but now there is aggression and a willingness to win.


There is the consensus that Odegaard is the best Premier League midfielder right now. Who would you rather have, Casemiro or Odegaard?

Right now, I would possibly have Odegaard in my team over Casemiro, but if you are talking about guarantees, one has 5 champions leagues and the other scores many important goals so you have to respect that. One is a natural leader, will have the right aggression without being dirty. Casemiro can still help you in all different elements of your game. Against any difficult side, Casemiro is going to turn up. Odegaard will have more challenges and have to adapt. Casemiro has more experience and quality to be a more complete player so he is perhaps a safer guarantee of the level he will perform at.

What is your current Top 4 prediction?

I think the current Top will stay the same until the end of the season. Manchester City and Arsenal won't change. You may see a big run from Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool are never afraid to have a big run. I think Newcastle will struggle to keep up when it comes to the very end, they have excelled their expectations this year but their last 10 games will be tough for them. I think Spurs will remain fourth.

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