Gary Neville claims Man City won’t have a better chance of winning a quadruple.
Man City are 14 points clear in the Premier League table and are favourites to win the league this year.
They are in the finals of the Carabao Cup, semi-finals of the FA Cup and the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Neville believes Pep Guardiola’s side has a better chance of winning the quadruple.
He said: “The league is theirs, you can’t say the FA Cup is, but what a chance.
“The Champions League is always the one that’s the most difficult to connect with the other two, the double has been done a couple of times, the league and FA Cup double, but the European Cup to connect with that has always been the problem.
“We’ll see what City can do, they’ve got the talent, they’ve got the squad, I just feel like in the Champions League, there’s always a team that can come and do you, and do what United did to them in the league a few weeks ago.
“It’s tough to do because it will come to a point where, as the season ends, every week is a big week and every week you can be out of a competition.
“Those cup competitions will come thick and fast and it will become like every game you lose at that point, the treble is off, or the treble is on and that’s where it got to with us.
“I don’t think they’ll ever get a better chance, it’s there for them, particularly in two competitions: it’s as comfortable as it could be, I think.
“I can’t write Chelsea off but I think they can beat Chelsea. I saw the Chelsea game at Stamford Bridge and City were so much better.”
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