Liverpool midfielder Fabinho believes new Premier League leader Manchester United is just one of four potential title rivals this season.
United climbed above Liverpool, its fiercest rival, into first place by beating Burnley 1-0 on Tuesday and looks set to challenge for the title for the first time since the retirement of long-time manager Alex Ferguson in 2013.
Liverpool has a chance to return to the summit when the champion takes on United at Anfield on Sunday, but Fabinho said his team cannot be consumed solely with outlasting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s resurgent side.
“They are definitely confident and enjoying a good momentum in the league,” Fabinho said in a video interview from his home in Liverpool on Tuesday, before United’s win over Burnley.
“They are winning some games that perhaps they weren’t last season, such as against Wolverhampton (1-0 last month). However, our…