Manchester United legend Gary Neville has controversially claimed three of the current team could’ve played for the 1999 Treble winners.
Neville believes Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and David de Gea are good enough to have made it into the Red Devils’ treble-winning team.
“I think there’s quite a few who would be able to play in that team,” Neville told Omnisport.
“You have to remember, these players now, it might be that they’re not as good of a team yet as the 1999 side but individually there are some outstanding players in the current squad that could play in that team no doubt.
“There are some outstanding players. Ibrahimovic, [Wayne] Rooney, [Henrikh] Mkhitaryan, Pogba, [Eric] Bailly, [Antonio] Valencia, De Gea. They are all top players who can play at the highest level.
“Individually, you could definitely get to a point whereby one or two individuals could come into that team and still be very, very strong.”
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