Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes the Red Devils are ready to fight Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premer League title, and this will happen next season.
Neville is confident that his former club can bridge the gap on the sides above them next season, telling Sky Sports News: "United have found it hard to keep prices and wages down but they will be in a really strong position to hold their nerve this summer.
"It will be really important, they had found some form before this and the glass looked half full than half empty and being 30 points or whatever it is off Liverpool. I am starting to feel confident United could challenge next season.
"They need to add three of four quality players to that and United will be able to capitalize on the market this summer, to do some business."
This season, United beat Man City home and away in the Premier League and drew against Liverpool.
As things stand, the Red Devils are down in fifth place and 37 points behind runaway leaders Liverpool with nine games of the 2019-20 campaign to play.