Arsenal travel to Old Trafford on Sunday to take on Ole Gunnar Solkjaer’s Manchester United.
Ian Wright has admitted he is “fearful” of Manchester United ahead of today’s Premier League meeting at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side head into the game off the back of an emphatic 5-0 win over RB Leipzig in the Champions League.
And former Arsenal striker Wright has suggested it could be a difficult afternoon for Mikel Arteta and his players.
“You look at Fred and (Scott) McTominay, that kind of gives them that kind of assurance,” he told Premier League Productions – via the Express.
“With (Paul) Pogba being free and (Bruno) Fernandes being able to come off as well and create, they still have the capability of, which I think they will probably do against Arsenal, in keeping the ball.
“And then you look at the form of Rashford, Greenwood, I was so pleased to see him score his goal the other day, get himself going like he was before everything happened with England.
“Then you’re looking at a Man United team that, with me as an Arsenal man going into United, I’m a bit fearful of them.
“I am a bit fearful of them because if they do sit off, they can still play, and they’ve got some players that can really hurt us on the break.”