Manchester United still have a long way to go to get to the level of rivals Manchester City and Liverpool according to ex-Premier League player Craig Bellamy. Welshman Craig Bellamy played for both Liverpool and Manchester City during his playing career and he believes that Manchester United is still a level below the two teams. Liverpool and Manchester City have won the last three Premier League titles on offer.

Manchester City had won the last two Premier League titles before Liverpool snatched it from the Citizens last season in style. Liverpool were able to end their long wait for a Premier League title in a convincing manner after they finished way ahead of nearest challengers Manchester City on the league standings. Liverpool won the league title for the first time in the Premier League era and for the first time in three decades by finishing 18 points clear of Manchester City.
Craig Bellamy talked about Manchester United and how they are far from Manchester City and Liverpool while he was on Sky Sports. Craig Bellamy acknowledged that Manchester United are improving under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but the ex-Newcastle United and Cardiff City player thinks they are still far from reaching the standards of both Manchester City and Liverpool.
Manchester United have been in good form in the league this season and they would be at the Premier League summit it they can win their outstanding league match, away to Burnley next week. For now, Manchester United are in second place and they have the same point tally as leaders Liverpool. Manchester United tried and failed to show they are at the same level with Manchester City and Liverpool when they took on the former in the Carabao Cup semi-finals. In the end, Manchester United were beaten 2-0 at home as rivals Manchester City sealed a place in the Carabao Cup final as a result.