Are the alarm bells ringing at Old Trafford yet? Manchester United have been pretty woeful so far this season, with a tally of just 20 points after 13 matches, and having drawn their last four in the league, there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Jose Mourinho’s side have struggled to come on top over their opponents, drawing with West Ham and Burnley in their last three home games in the Premier League, and they now face a huge test if they are to force their way into the top-four.
Sat 11 points behind league leaders Chelsea, a league title already looks out of reach and a top-four finish would also be a huge challenge, as they trail Arsenal by eight points.
Despite splashing the cash in the summer and boasting one of the finest strikers we’ve seen in a generation, Manchester United are really struggling to put the ball in the back of the net- which has been summed up by one daunting statistic.
Man Utd at home in the Premier League since October 1st:
1st for shots taken (91)
19th for goals scored (3)
Chance conversion rate = 3.3%. pic.twitter.com/ClHu0liIWV
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 28, 2016
With a conversion rate of just 3.3% at Old Trafford since the start of October, it’s clear United need to improve their form in front of goal and put their wealth of opportunities to bed.