Former Manchester United captain, Roy Keane has said he is “starting to become doubtful” over Manchester City’s title chances.
City, on Sunday, dropped points for a third successive game, drawing 3-3 with Tottenham Hotspur.
The result means the Premier League champions are now trailing both Arsenal and Liverpool on the table. The Gunners defeated Wolves 2-1 on Saturday, before Liverpool fought back to edge Fulham 4-3 on Sunday.
“I certainly wouldn’t bet against Man City, but I am starting to become doubtful about City winning that title,” Keane told Sky Sports.
“There’s a reason it hasn’t been won four years in a row because keeping those levels up, that hunger, desire, you get a few injuries, some of the top boys coming off it.
“But certainly Arsenal and Liverpool I’m looking at, especially Arsenal with the strength and depth they’ve got and the experience of last year.”