Giggs: Why Guardiola's City can't be compared with some Sir Alex's United teams yet
- The Welshman admits the Citizens might be on their way to becoming the best PL team of all time.
- The former Red Devil stresses it's too early to rate them higher than a couple of United sides because City are yet to win a single Champions League.
Josep Guardiola's Manchester City have been establishing quite a dominance in the Premier League. The Citizens have won back-to-back titles with a combined points tally of 198.
Thus, there have naturally emerged discussions of how this Blues' side fares in comparison to Arsenal's Invincible or Sir Alex Ferguson's iconic Manchester United teams.
Manchester United finished closer to relegated Cardiff in the league than champions Manchester City. That is the biggest gap that United have been off the top of the league since they were relegated in 1974.— Owuraku Ampofo (@owuraku_ampofo) May 13, 2019
In this regard, Ryan Giggs has told Premier League Productions it's yet too early for such recognition for City for one single reason:
"Yeah, it's a conversation because of what they're doing and the players that they've got, the age of the group.
"But yeah, probably not quite there yet with regards to a couple of United teams because they went on to win the Champions League."